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What mold look like with pictures of common household mold

Active mold is fuzzy, velvety, or slimy and is a orange, green, black, brown, pink or purple in color. Inactive molds are dry and powdery and generally white in color. Mold is a microorganism and can grow on anything given enough moisture and can be found just about anywhere. Mold is spread via spores on the air currents, the people and/or the pets. Mold spores can be present without visible mold appearing anywhere in the building.

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Pictures of different types of common household mold:

Mold Spores

Mold spores

Kitchen Sink Mold

Under kitchen sink

Attic Mold

In a attic

Mold in Air Duct

In an air duct

Wall Mold

In the wall

Ceiling Mold

On the ceiling

Bathroom Mold

In a bathroom

Corner Mold

In a basement corner

Closet Mold

In a closet

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