With all the water that gets used in the bathroom, through showers, baths, toilets and sinks, its little wonder that black mould spores breed in your bathroom. There’s no sight more disgusting than seeing black mould in the room where you want to clean yourself!
Thankfully getting rid of mould is very easy. In fact, it is much easier than it was many years ago when people attacked tile grout with toothbrush and bleach. These days, thankfully, there s no laborious scrubbing involved.
How Do You Get Rid of Mould?
There are actually two parts of attack on mould in the bathroom. Firstly you have to get rid of the mould and secondly you must keep the mould away.
So the first question is ‘how do you get rid of mould?’
For the bathroom I would highly recommend HG Mould Spray which is what I use myself. In fact I can’t recommend it highly enough.
I have done a few tests to get rid of mould in the bathroom and have been delighted with the results.
Application of these sprays is very simple. You spray the affected area, wait up to half an hour depending on the severity of the affected area, then you simply wipe the area with a damp cloth. There is no more sweating over tile grout with a toothbrush and bleach!
HG Mould Spray is also the perfect solution to our second problem of keeping mould away.
The spray is formulated to control mould regrowth and has been proven to keep mould away longer than other products. Of course the mould won’t keep away for ever but a respray every 4-6 months should work wonders, not only for your bathroom, but also for your health.
The Big Guns
Ideally what you should do then is to set up a dehumidifier at, or near, the bathroom door to help the extraction of moisture from the air. This will result in a drier bathroom faster which will result in a much lower chance of mould reappearing.
I personally own the Meaco DD8L Desiccant Dehumidifier and am very happy with it. I’ve tested the Meaco DD8L dehumidifier for condensation removal and a quick half hour blast removed all moisture from a very wet window.
So now you are all set to get rid of the bathroom mould. The only question is if you will take action.