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Shower Mold: What To Do

3/6/2019 (Permalink)

Mold Remediation Shower Mold: What To Do Remember to turn on ventilation fans in bathrooms to lessen mold growth

Facing Mildew in Your Shower Grout?

Bathroom mildew is a common but frustrating problem, and many Overland Park, KS, homeowners do not know how to get rid of it and save their showers. However, there are several different ways to clean up this pesky mildew. Here are a few options for cleanup:

1. Natural cleaners. There are a few natural options for cleaning mildew from your shower grout. Some substances you can try include vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice or a mix of some of these ingredients. You can find ideas for making mixes online - there are even some options for ongoing maintenance. Most techniques will require scrubbing of some nature.

2. Chemical options. There are many commercial cleaners that you can choose from to clean your bathroom mildew. Keep in mind that most contain strong smells and may require ventilation in the room where you are working. Common ingredients in these cleaners - which are usually antibacterial in nature - include alcohol, bleach and ammonia. As with natural cleaners, prepare to scrub your shower and follow any other special safety guidelines or instructions on the package.

3. Professional help. If you have a more severe, damaging mold disaster on your hands, or need help with an ongoing humidity problem, your local Overland Park, KS, residential mold restoration company should be able to help. They can survey the situation and either help you find a solution or create their own cleanup plan to rectify your mold problem.

Bathroom mildew is a challenge, but it is actually one that can be overcome successfully with the right tools and knowledge at hand. Try one of the options above; if the first one does not work out in your bathroom, move on to another, and always make sure to seek professional help for serious mold growth - your bathroom will be very likely to benefit.

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