• Hometalker
  • Santa Rosa, CA
Asked on Sep 30, 2017

What is the best way to get rid of mold in the shower?

SJohnnie FergusonBijous


6 answers
  • Peg
    on Sep 30, 2017

    Steam cleaning.
  • Karen Tokarse
    on Sep 30, 2017

    Then Clorox
  • Roxaneg
    on Sep 30, 2017

    Hot water and baking soda scrub to get rid of most of the mold. Then spray it with bleach and water mix, 50/50. But I can't stand to smell the bleach, so I usually use Concrobium Mold Control. Yes, it costs more than bleach, but it works at killing mold and keeping it at bay longer.
  • Bijous
    on Sep 30, 2017

    Make sure you have adequate ventilation either from an exhaust fan or a window. In grout and around fixtures, spray with bleach, leave for an hour or two. Any that remains use diluted bleach and water and a magic sponge (don't know what's in those things, but they really work). Clean the rest of the shower with the magic sponge and bleach to make sure all soap scum is removed. Let dry. If molds gotten behind the caulk you'll need to remove and put in new. Use a silicone in a very dry shower. Let sit for 24 hours. Use car paste wax and go over the entire shower making sure you hit the grout well. Don't wax the floor. Buff to a nice shine and that should keep the mold at bay. After a few cleanings, re-wax.
  • Johnnie Ferguson
    on Sep 30, 2017

    You might try using the following: Spray a cleaning vinegar, found in the cleaning aid department. It is called Cleaning Vinegar. They also have cleaning bleach. It is labeled Cleaning Bleach. Generally located on or near bottom shelf in cleaning supplies.

    Just use a spray bottle and brush or cleaning rag. Worth a try. Be sure to wear gloves and a mask would be a good idea. Safty first.

    I use use the cleaning vinegar in toilet and shower as well.

    Hope me this works for you
  • S
    on Oct 1, 2017

    bleach bleach bleach. Get 100
    magic erasers on eBay for $6-$7 bucks. clean. Clean clean and when shower is sparkling clean after every showe dry of thoroughly to never be in this situation again
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