Looking to remove mold from caulking? Take a look at these simple instructions for cleaning caulking of mold. This is a great solution for removing mold from shower caulking. Check this out if mold is growing in your shower caulking!
We redone the shower tile in our master bathroom a few years ago. It looked fantastic at first, however after a while mold began to grow on the caulk.
Instead of removing all the caulk since I didn’t feel like it, I chose to clean the moldy caulk.
The procedure of getting mold out of your shower caulk is not too difficult. It just requires an hour of your time and a few items that you most likely already have around the house.
Check out this simple guide on how to remove mold from caulk if you want to get rid of the mold.
You’ll need the items mentioned below in order to remove the mould from the shower caulk. They’re probably in your house already.
Ingredients: an old toothbrush or power brush (I really like this power brush for cleaning).
single-use cup (or one you don’t mind discarding)
bleach: (I suggest this IF you don’t feel comfortable using bleach.)
You can also use a cup that you can discard after using it if you don’t have a disposable one. Using a cup once the bleach mixture has set is probably not something you want to do.
Note: Depending on how bleach affects you, you might also wish to wear rubber gloves on your hands and a face mask to aid with odours.
Additionally, you will need to let the mould an hour to allow the bleach mixture to set.
If you don’t want to manufacture your own, you may purchase a gel version with positive reviews on Amazon.com. Check out this link. An easy-to-use spray version is also available here.