How to Clean Black Mold from Bathroom Sealant


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How to Clean Black Mold from Bathroom Sealant

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“Shower’s silicone sealant is an ideal area for black mold because it’s a flexible surface that keeps moisture and is generally wet and dark. The moisture amount, along with the lack of air circulation in a shower can lead to mold growth. Cleaning the mold is important for the silicone appearance and for your family’s health.”

Ewww. Nobody wants black mold growing in their shower. Not only is it unattractive, but it’s a health concern. Luckily you can get rid of that mold (and prevent new mold from growing) with some supplies you probably already have at home. Check out this link and in a few steps, your shower will be mold-free.

How to Clean Black Mold from Bathroom Sealant