How to Get Rid of Mold Before Exterior Painting


Before you apply fresh paint to the surface of your home, you need to prepare the surface. This involves sanding rough edges, eliminating dirt and mould, and removing any peeling paint that may be present. Because of the dampness and the possibility of being exposed to mould spores, painted surfaces on the outside of your house are prone to developing mould and mildew. This is a simple job that may facilitate appropriate adhesion of paint to the surface of the wood, so enhancing the look of the paint after it has had sufficient time to dry.