Easy Bathroom Mold Solution

I love simple solutions. This is the easiest, most effective way to deal with mold trapped in caulk or grout in the tub or shower. Click to see how I did it with no scrubbing whatsoever!
These are the simple supplies you will need.
Before. Icky!
After. Looks like new!

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  • Nice idea, I am definitely going to try this out. Thank you so much for sharing the information with everyone here. You can get some more information from my site, link to the site is : http://www.restorationprokala.com/

  • Becky Pence
    on Nov 17, 2016

    I read your Blog. Note that in the pics, some of the mold appears to be under a silicon caulk. That indicates that the caulking seal is broken. It was noted in the Blog comments that bleaching the color and killing mold require different products. However, mold will continue to appear under the caulk if it is not replaced. The caulking promotes the growth of mold underneath once the seal is broken.

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