Moisture stains on the wall, ceiling and floor do not depend too much on the type of moisture you have.

To take away those stains caused by moisture and to ensure they do not come out anymore, you should remove the moisture in the house ,that causes them.

We recommend a solution for each type of moisture stain on walls and floors, distinguishing the type of stain and whether it goes with saltpeter or mold.

Once the wall has been dried, you can already act on the stain, repairing the affected part and rehabilitating professionally

Stains on the wall that need anti-rising damp treatments


The main cause of the appearance of stains on walls and floors is moisture, when it impregnates the materials of walls and floors surfaces.

In addition to generating stains, they can promote the growth of black mold, which is very harmful for people’s health when breathing the spores they emit.

If the walls are covered by paper or textiles the moisture gets them rot, causing very prominent stains, and encouraging the growth of mold.

The salts that dissolve the water in its ascent through the walls or between the floor tiles, leave a whitish trail, which must be removed urgently, because it prevents good adhesion of the restoration materials put on top. That dust, which appears between the tiles is aggressive and corrodes the tiles, needing a polish for restoration.

In the case of wooden floors the moisture blackens them, and they end rotting, and the affected parts will need to be replaced.

Undoubtedly the way to avoid moisture stains, is to remove moisture, otherwise, these stains will reappear irretrievably.


Moisture stains on the walls

If you have moisture on walls, floors or ceilings, do not waste time covering it, with drywall, tiling, wood, plaster, plastic sheets, etc. The solution to remove the stains from the wall, implies removing the moisture that causes it, repairing the affected area, and rehabilitating only when the stain is dry.

  • We can try to remove the stains with products that we usually have on hand, such as white vinegar, which we will use by putting it on top of the stain with a diffuser. We can also, instead of vinegar, use ammonia or bicarbonate, the latter dissolved in water.
  • If the stains are mold, you must destroy it by spraying with an anti-rust mixture, such as a mixture of 4 parts water and one part of bleach.
  • If the stains are from the salts left by the water when drying, you can remove that white dust by scratching, or remove them with anti-salts products, but it is very important to do so before rehabilitation works.
  • If there is rising damp in the soil, white stains appear between the tiles, which can be removed, polishing the tiles after drying with our HS-221 system.
  • The moisture on floors produce deformations and stains on the wooden floor, which can be solved by removing the moisture that produces them and then restoring the floor. This implies removing the damaged parts and giving a layer of varnish.


To remove moisture stains on the wall,
					firstly rising damp should be removed by system HS-221 and then the wall should be cleaned

Humitat-Stop accumulates a huge experience in removing rising damp from walls and floors, providing a very effective own system, which allows us to export 75% of our production, and to achieve a sales increase of more than 50% year after year since 2017.

The electro-physic system has proven to be the most effective at removing rising damp, covering an interval of floor surfaces, ranging from 50 m2 (lowest power), up to 2500m2 (highest power) with a single appliance.

All the walls of a house plant are dried by our system, even if they are in different rooms, and it also avoids, the moisture that can rise between the floor tiles

This equipment is also suitable for removing moisture in basements, as it rejects not only the moisture that comes from below, but also the moisture that comes laterally.

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