RV Mold Removal Advice

Question: I have a ’94 Fleetwood Bounder 28′ but have mold that has to be removed. Please help as to how it’s done. There is mold on the ceiling, which is made of material.

Answer: We suggest you seek the advice and/or services of a professional experienced in mold removal. You really need to find out how extensive the problem is. If you have mold under the material in the underlying ceiling frame, wallboards or elsewhere, you will want to take care of all of the affected areas.

And you will want to figure out why you have mold in the first place. The source of the problem needs to be repaired so you don’t have to continually deal with the issue. Mold is not something to be taken lightly since it can cause health issues.

We wish you luck and welcome other suggestions.

Comments for Mold removal

Sep 25, 2015 Mold spay
by: Phyllis

I used a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide on my 1999 motorhome fabric ceiling. I sprayed the area and scrubbed it with a terrycloth washcloth, then spray it lightly again and let it dry. Seemed to work well as the mold spots never came back. There was no smell involved in the process which was a plus for me.

Sep 06, 2013 Crack in bathtub and worried about damage underneath
by: Lynne

My husband just found out that there is a crack in the bathtub. And now we are worried about not only the cost of replacing the bathtub, but also the cost of repairing water damage underneath the bathtub! What are the potential costs? We think its been a little over a month since it was cracked.

Jan 28, 2012 Mold spray
by: Anonymous

There is a spray called Mold Control, and it works great. I have a 2006 Monaco that was a FEMA trailer and I had mold and condensation damage. I think I bought it at Home Depot. You just spray it on the mold and it kills it on contact, making it look like its smoking. Have not had a problem since.