Bathroom fungus is a common problem, particularly in hot or humid climates, as mould and even mushrooms thrive in the warm, damp conditions that often occur in the bathroom. Though it can seem like a stubborn substance, with the right approach and cleaning materials, you can get rid of all types of bathroom fungi and prevent them from coming back for good!
What is Bathroom Fungus and What Causes It?
Bathroom fungus can most often be found in the shape of black mould spots and patches that are likely to appear on ceilings, walls and on the grouting in between tiles, but small mushrooms can also grow in especially dark and humid corners of the bathroom. They’re generally caused by a build-up of moisture in a warm, poorly-ventilated space, but can also be the sign of a leak or an incorrectly sealed bath tub or shower unit.