Every now and then, we all experience the unsightly bathroom mold or mildew; it lingers in our tile grout and sealant lines. Besides using brand name chemicals, how can you get rid of it? Here are several options.
Make a solution of one part hydrogen peroxide to two parts water in a spray bottle. Spray onto areas with mold or mildew. Wait one hour before rinsing.
Another cleaning solution, involves equal parts vinegar and water sprayed onto the area.
Or, if you prefer, 1 part bleach to 10 parts water. Again, spray the area. Rinse thoroughly, followed by a light vinegar wash and a final rinse.
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Sunday, March 11, 2012
Cleaning 101 - Tip #3 :: Bathroom Mold
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