Mold is actually a kind of umbrella term for all species of microscopic fungi. These fungi grow in the form of multicelluar filaments known as hyphae. Molds are found naturally in nature and can even be found both outside and inside your house. So far, nobody has been able to come up with a definite number of mold species that are in existence, but estimates range from around 3,000 all the way up to the tens of thousands – but nobody knows for sure.
The real trouble with cleaning black mold is that the rapidity with which black mold grows and the places that it grows in makes it a truly challenging task to first of all find the presence of black mold and then clean all traces of it. However, if you notice some green/black fungal type of growth, especially in places that are damp, then you can suspect that what you have noticed is in fact black mold. This kind of mold is also known to grow mostly in damp environments but it can also grow in cleaner environments.
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