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How to Remove Mildew or Mold on Glass?

Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2022-02-18      Origin: Site

How to Remove Mildew or Mold on Glass?


What’s the stain on the glass? It can be removed or should we change the whole glass panel or door? Please keep clam and don’t worry. Common? Definitely. Easy to remove? Thankfully, yes. If you’ve noticed the presence of mold or mildew in and around your office, here’s what you can do to get rid of the problem once and for all.

What Causes Mildew and Mold on Glass?

Glass storage time is too long or wet weather. Glass mildew is a common problem in the glass industry. Due to the high temperature and high humidity, glass mildew is easy happen.


How to Clean Mold and Mildew?


1. Chlorine Bleach or Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide can be highly effective in removing bacteria and viral fungi. Chlorine bleach typically contains the same solution of hydrogen peroxide and has strong oxidizing properties. Not only does this effectively remove the fungus, but it also cleans, disinfects and sterilizes the glass surface. This solution has even been proven to be effective in removing stubborn black mold.


2. Baking Soda

Baking soda is another common household item that can be highly effective in removing mold and mildew from glass. Best of all, this method is non-toxic, so it’s perfect for homes where children or pets are present. Simply mix a small amount of baking soda with water until it forms a paste. Apply the paste to the area in question and wipe it away. Not only does this strategy remove the mold and mildew, but it also helps to absorb any residual moisture, preventing the problem from recurring.


3. Vinegar

Because vinegar is a mild acid, it is capable of effectively killing more up to 82% of fungi that can grow on glass surfaces, like windows and shower enclosures. White distilled vinegar, either used as is or diluted with water, can simply be sprayed onto the surface in question and gently wiped clean.

4.Hydrofluoric Acid (HF)

Use hydrofluoric acid (HF) and water ratio of 1:8 (note: more than 1:8, will cause damage to the surface of the contact part), wipe the glass. Attention must be paid to: no contact with HF(hydrofluoric acid) on the surface, corrosion protection must be done before use. Wipe with the mixture.



NOTICE: When you wipe the glass, please don't touch metal material around, for example glass frame, metal panel and door hardwares.


Prevent Mold From Coming Back to The Glass

Please store packed office pods or glass partitions on dry and ventilated place and avoid high temperature and high humidity. When you receive our pods or glass partition, please assembly it and put into use immediately and avoid storage too long time. To prevent a recurrence however, you need to include weekly window dusting as part of the regular routine. Reducing the humidity levels inside your office with a humidifier and moving indoor plants out can also help.


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