Diy Mold Remover To Clean Those Dirty Tile Joints

Cleaning the tile grout is not an easy job, especially when humidity is permanently present in the room and mold deposits occur constantly. It happens often in my bathroom because I don’t have a window and it’s difficult to ventilate the room. So, mold appears and easily starts to grow between the tiles. At some point I thought that there is no other solution than selling the house. But, I’m glad I found it and it costs a dime!

You need:

  • 3 parts of bleach
  • 1 part of baking soda

Mix the ingredients until homogenization. You have to obtain a paste. With the help of an old toothbrush, apply the paste over the tile joints and let it work for 10-15 minutes.

Then rub the joints with the brush, especially in areas where you have noticed mold deposits.

At the end, rinse thoroughly with cold water to remove any trace of bleach.

Image Credits: Tasteofhome

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