How To Remove Mould from Wall Air Conditioners


Mould removal from your air conditioner can be a daunting task. However, with our AIRCONcare Cleaning System, it can be as easy as wearing an ac cleaning wash bag and spraying on the AIRCONcare Coil Cleaning to kill and lift the dirt right off your AC including the hard to reach fan blades without any major dismantling job like tearing down the rotor cage. 


A significant amount of money can be saved by learning to remove mould and keep it off your home and work air conditioners. Mould in split air conditioners occur more easily than central air conditioning systems due to the tight and small damp spaces within the unit coupled with the amount of most organic rich dust particles like our dead skin cells which find themselves lodged onto the cooling coils and fan rotor surfaces making them an ideal condition for mold to grow in your aircon.


So do I need a technician to remove the mould off my air conditioner? The short answer is no. Just follow these 4 steps to get rid of the mold in your ac.

4 Easy Steps to Remove Mould from your Air Conditioner

1. Wear the Wash Bag around the air conditioner fan coil unit by first removing  all the front cover and filters before you start. Wash the filters separately in the toilet or sink. 

2. Spray the AIRCONcare chemical cleaner onto the coils and the fan rotor generously to wet and contact the mould. Use a flash light if you have difficulty locating the fan blade. Just look into the passage where the air usually flows out. Make sure to get the spray all around the rotor blade.

3. Wait a while for the chemical to soak in. Then rinse the fan coil and the rotor blade thoroughly with fresh water until clean using the pressure sprayer jet to loosen all the dirt.

4. Remove the wash bag and dispose off the waste water in the toilet bowl. 

Note: You may want to turn on the air conditioner before removing the bag to allow the excess water on the rotor blade to be spinned off into the bag. Wipe dry and replace the filters and cover. Done!