This trick removes bathroom mold and is so easy to copy
We're all familiar with this problem: When you move into a new apartment, everything is clean, fresh and most importantly, mold-free. But after a few months, those horrible little brown spots appear in the corners of the bathtub. They are so stubborn, it's almost impossible to remove them, because if you scrub too hard, the seal starts to wear away. But do not fret, here is a simple trick to get rid of mold that takes effect overnight.
- Cotton wool, preferably the type you can shape
- Oxygen bleach
- Mold in the tub or shower
Remember that bleach is a corrosive and toxic substance. That's why you should never allow it to get into the hands of children.
1. This is what mold typically looks in the bathtub: black, unsightly and unhygienic. Now, let's do something about it.
2. Take a bit of cotton wool out of the packet and shape it into long, thin rolls. The rolls should be about half an inch in diameter. Soak them in the bleach until they are completely drenched. Then press the moist rolls into the corners of the tub where the mold has spread. Using the handle of a toothbrush, push them in a bit, so that the rolls sit well and the bleach comes into contact with the mold. Let the cotton wool take effect overnight.
3. And lo and behold, the next day the bathtub looks like new. The bleach has returned the seals to their original color. They are white and pure to the pore once again.
4. We just demonstrated how well it works with one section, so now you can go ahead and put the cotton wool on the rest of the bathtub, pressing it down tightly and letting it take effect overnight. The next day, you'll have dazzling white bathroom seals with very little effort.
Bonus tip: To avoid mold reappearing, try airing your bathroom on a regular basis. If this is not possible, because for example you do not have a window, dry your wet bath towels elsewhere — on the balcony or in a room where the moisture can escape outside.