Regularly spraying vinegar on bathroom surfaces and letting it air dry kills mold spores and prevents growth. Make sure there’s proper ventilation in the bathroom and install an exhaust fan if you don’t have one. If you can, wipe down the shower with a cloth or squeegee after showering.
Regularly cleaning the bathroom will prevent mold starting to grow. Once a month wipe down the bathroom with an anti-fungal solution. Remember to include the ceiling when you do this as it is a prime area for mold growth. The floor can be mopped with mold inhibiting solutions such as vinegar.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I keep getting Mould in my bathroom?
Mould loves bathrooms because it offers perfect conditions. It's wet, damp and dark at times. ... The most common causes of bathroom mould are lingering moisture caused by lack of ventilation, leaky toilets, sinks and plumbing pipes, as well as damp cellulose materials.
What gets rid of spotty mold?
If there's only a small mold stain, you can try using a 3 percent hydrogen peroxide solution. Blot it on the mold and allow it to work for a minute or so. Rinse solution from the area by alternately dabbing it with a damp cloth or sponge and a dry cotton cloth.