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Bathroom Mold and Mildew

  1. Use a strong cleaner such as Fuller Brush's Bath Clean to remove all lime, soap and scum from bathtub, showers and tile. 

  2. For easy reach, and to avoid bending and stretching altogether, use the Tub & Shower E-Z Scrub.

  3. If stains from mildew remain, especially between the tiles into the grout, no normal bathroom cleaner will bleach this stain and completely kill the fungi.  Rinse surfaces well and use a face mask. Use bleach mixed with water in a spray bottle, and cover all stained areas with this solution.  Close bathroom door and LEAVE.  An open window or extractor helps.  When fumes have mostly disappeared and walls are nearly dry, wipe down with a damp, disposable rag.  If any stains remain, repeat.

  4. Since chlorine contaminates ground water, can combine with other chemicals with damaging results, and has health issues, it's better to prevent re-growth as long as possible with other products.  This can be done with Fuller Brush aerosol Industrial Germicidal Cleaner.  Both products also kill bacteria and viruses as well as cleaning and deodorizing.  Use every day or two for best results; wipe down with a towel or microfiber cloth.

  5. If your bathroom lacks ventilation, one way to eliminate much of the mold and mildew problem is to remove water from walls and shower doors after each use, with an absorbent microfiber cloth or a squeegee.

  6. Don't forget the floor!  If you have a mold or mildew problem in the bath, spores have surely drifted onto the floor.  Clean the floor by the same method. 

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