Key Steps for Bathroom Mould Removal
If you want to know how to remove mould from bathroom ceiling, shower, and tiles – here’s a simple 3-part process:
Step 1: Get Rid of Discolouration
The most common type of mould to grow in bathrooms is black mould, which can make your bathroom look grubby even when it’s perfectly clean. That’s why focusing on getting rid of this discolouration first can make you feel much better. Begin by spraying your bathroom tiles with a product such as Jif Bathroom Spray – with its deep cleaning molecules, it will immediately start to lift away tough stains, leaving surfaces looking much brighter.
Step 2: Clean Away Mould Spores
Cleaning sprays can be very effective, but it may not be able to remove all the microbes. The problem with this is that if some microbes remain, mould can quickly and easy grow back and you’ll be back at step 1. No one wants that. You can easily remove more microbes by using a powerful bleach product. For bathroom mould removal from walls, look for bleach that’s thick and has high viscosity like Domestos* disinfectant, so that it clings to the wall – the watery stuff will just run down the floor and leave a messy puddle. Dilute if necessary, apply to a cloth, and wipe across all affected areas. Some people like to use homemade solutions for removing mould, like vinegar – but remember to always avoid mixing vinegar and bleach, as the combination will release toxic fumes.