How I Plan to Insulate My Van & Why (Mold Prevention)



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How I will be insulating my van after lots of trial and error, and countless hours of research. My goal is to avoid condensation in my van build to prevent mold and slow down temperature transfer in hot and cold climates.

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A Mold Proof Way To Properly Insulate Your Basement Walls



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In this video Ryan with Quick-Therm Insulation explains A Mold Proof Way To Properly Inuslate Your Basement Walls. When insulating your basement walls, there are precautions and considerations you must take to ensure the insulation actually serves its purpose without allowing moisture or other environmental factors to damage its effectiveness. It is important to use expanding foam in the joints, underneath, and on the top side of the Quick-Therm sheets.
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One of the things that sets this system apart from other basement insulation systems is that you are able to plum your walls. Other insulation systems designed for basements just don’t allow the flexibility that Quick-Therm does.

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New home, mold, pops, cracks



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10,000 gallons of moisture soaking into the lumber, insulation and drywall causing all kinds of cracks pops and mold issues. Homeowner’s stop letting these “professional builders” take advantage of you! Do not start drywall before your basement is poured….come on!

How to Paint a Mold Resistant Bathroom



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Ask This Old House painter Mauro Henrique paints a bathroom using a mold resistant paint.

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Time: 5-6 hours

Cost: $50-$100

Skill Level: Beginner

Tools List for Painting a Mold-Resistant Bathroom:
Vacuum
Paintbrush
Paint roller

Shopping List:
Antimicrobial paint
Painters tape
220 grit sandpaper
Masks
Rags
Bucket
Roller tray

Steps:
1. Use painters tape to protect any tile that’s against the surface being painted.
2. Lightly sand the walls with 220 grit sandpaper. Wear a mask while sanding.
3. Suck up the dust from sanding with a vacuum and then wipe the walls down lightly with a damp rag to remove the remaining dust.
4. Pour the antimicrobial paint into a bucket.
5. Use a paintbrush to cut around the edges of the wall with the new paint.
6. Paint the rest of the wall using the roller and the roller tray filled with paint.
7. Allow the first coat to dry and then apply a second coat.

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To prevent mildew from forming on bathroom walls, Mauro points out that it’s important to keep the shower vent clean and use it for at least 30 minutes after a shower. If mildew appears, take a bucket of water with a small amount of bleach in it, dip a rag into the bucket, and gently clean the walls to avoid damaging the paint.

Mauro painted the walls with Behr Marquee interior paint in Gray Shimmer with an eggshell finish ( The paint is mildew resistant. Mauro applied two coats to ensure even coverage.

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Tips for Mold Prevention in Your Home



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There are several steps you can take to reduce the amount and lessen the chances that mold will grow within your home.

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Easy Metal Casting with a Silicone Mold and Pewter – Prop: Live from the Shop



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Bill dives into some legit metal casting using a high temp silicone and low melt metal. He’s also joined by Evil Ted! Follow along as they learn how to cast pewter along with the help of the amazing makers in the Twitch chat, the PropTarts!

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How to finish your basement and avoid toxic MOLD problems



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This video provides tips and ideas on how to finish your basement and avoid creating a serious toxic mold problem in the process.
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Anyway, throughout this video you will learn how mold can end up growing in a basement environment, and what you need to do to protect your home and health from that happening. This video is specifically intended for people who are considering finishing their basement and want to do it in a way that will not end up causing a mold problem.
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