DIY Mold Inspection – Part 4: Kitchens & Bathrooms

Kitchens and bathrooms have food items, bio-matter, appliances, plumbing fixtures, and at times a lot of humidity. Together these provide the perfect recipe for germination and growth of bathroom mold, shower mold, and black mold.

This book contains actual mold inspection photos with clear explanations to show you all the areas, including the many uncommon areas, where mold grows in kitchens and bathrooms. You’ll also learn the causes so you can prevent mold exposure and mold symptoms.

This book will surprise you when you see all the areas where kitchen and bathroom mold growth hides and needs to be eliminated from your indoor environment.


DIY Mold Inspection – Part 4: Kitchens & Bathrooms

Bathroom mold is common, and most people can see black mold in shower enclosures, bathtub caulk mold, or black mold growing on a white ceiling. Yet, almost all the bathroom mold I show to my inspection clients, they never saw it and didn’t know they had it.

Same goes for hidden black mold in kitchen cabinets, and mold under kitchen sink cabinets, as well as mold on, underneath, or behind kitchen appliances.

Improper use of kitchen exhaust vents and bathroom fans are not the only causes of kitchen and bathroom mold growth. Plumbing fixtures in kitchens and bathrooms can develop small leaks that homeowners don’t know about until after they have significant mold problems.

Additionally, kitchens have ample biofilm from food residue that can support the growth of mold. And bathrooms have significant amounts of bio-matter residue that can provide food sources for bathroom mold.

Finding bathroom mold and kitchen mold

This book, Kitchens & Bathrooms, is part four of the book series Do-It-Yourself Mold Inspection. I wrote it for everyone who wants to avoid suffering from allergy symptoms, asthma symptoms, headaches, migraines, ADD, ADHD, sinus infection, ear infection, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, insomnia, and cancer.

It promises to be a stunning eye-opener for you and will eliminate the need for you to do a black mold test. Using mold inspection photos with clear explanations I’ll show you and help you understand all the places where hidden kitchen and bathroom mold grows. It will also help you understand the causes so you can prevent mold from returning and prevent mold exposure.


  • Waste money on a mold test kit
  • Pay someone to do mold testing for you
  • Spread mold spores during kitchen or bathroom mold removal
  • Hire a mold remediation company or sign a mold removal contract


  • Arm yourself with knowledge to accurately understand your mold problem
  • Avoid being the victim of a professional mold cleaning scam
  • Determine if DIY mold removal is your best option
  • Ensure mold removal is done safely and effectively to avoid mold sickness

The information I share with you in this mold inspection series will help you avoid expensive mold removal cost, protect your home, safeguard you from mold symptoms, and ensure that you’re not taken advantage of by professional mold scammers.


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Table of Contents

Kitchen mold inspections
Five cabinet concerns
Two cooking range concerns
Four dishwasher concerns
Seven refrigerator concern
Two flooring concerns
Bathroom mold inspections
Four cabinet concerns
Eleven tub/shower enclosure concerns
Five flooring concerns
Eight toilet concerns


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