2. Clean Thoroughly: Clean your pantry. Wipe down all shelves with a wet cloth and dry them completely. Don’t forget to vacuum and dust those hard-to-reach corners where mold likes to grow.
3. Categorize and Organize: Categorize items, then group like goods together on your pantry shelves. Discard any opened, dented, or sticky cans of food because this could be a sign of insects, rodents, or mold.
If while re-organizing your kitchen pantry you see heavy mold growth or notice any water spots, immediately give our Dragon Restoration water damage specialists a call at (937) 371-3416. You may have a pipe burst or plumbing leak behind your pantry walls. We have more than 35 years experience remediating water damages.