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Executive Painting pride themselves in servicing residential and commercial customers throughout Los Angeles. We have been providing high quality interior and exterior painting since 2001. Our painting professionals:
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   Your First Choice for a Los Angeles Painter

We pride ourselves in customer service. We have the experience, dedication and are worthy of your trust. Call us, and we'll be happy to come over and give you a hassle-free estimate. Whether it be residential or commercial, we guarantee your satisfaction.

We have been doing this for over 40 years and will make sure that the work we do looks truly professional. We can work around your schedule, and are respectful of your needs.

Executive Painting should be your first call for a reliable, professional, and reasonable Los Angeles painter.
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How to Treat Mold on Your Walls
3. (contin.)  Detergents are still relatively safe to use around children and pets even though they are a chemical product. Combine the detergent with a small amount of water.
4.  Bleach. This used to be the most popular method, but is now not as recommended due to the possible harmfull effects from breathing the fumes and some debate about how consistently effective it is against mold. Nonetheless, it still remains one of the strongest cleaners used against mold on painted walls. Try one part bleach, three parts water.
Step Three:  put cleaning solution in a spray bottle.  Shake it up, and spray a small area with enough to thoroughly cover the mold area without making it drip down the walls.  Then thoroughly scrub the area with either a toothbrush (if it is a small area), the abrasive side of a sponge, or some other brush, but not so harsh to scratch the wall.
Step Four: Run your fan(s) to thoroughly dry out the wall and remove humidity from the room. 
Step five: After area is thoroughly dry, paint the effected walls with a stain-blocking paint.
And if this is something you don't want to deal with, call Executive Painting.  We are the premier Los Angeles painters!
If you notice mold on the walls of your home, it should be taken care of as soon as possible because it can cause serious respiratory  problems as well as other health conditions.  The good news is that it can be removed quite easily using certain cleaners (natural or chemical) that are inexpensive but effective. If the wall is bare drywall which has not been painted yet, it is important to remove the drywall area entirely because it is too porous to clean.
Step One: you must remove any paintings and furniture near the walls and protect the floors against any solvent spills with plastic.  Bring in a fan to keep the area well-ventilated. 
Step Two:  Mix/use one of the following solvents:
1.  Baking soda: baking soda is cheap, safe and is the mildest cleansing agent available that is used to treat mold.  Combine one part baking soda with five parts water.
2.  Vinegar:  The most natural method, is also cheap and the most safe around kids and pets.  It is a little stronger than baking soda, but you can go full strength, or with equal parts vinegar and water. The disadvantage is the strong
odor it produces.  
3. Unscented detergent. An odorless cleaning agent like unscented detergent is a good option because it allows you to detect the smell of mold without interference from the other smells.

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