No matter how hard you clean the bathroom that nasty dark and grimy mold will appear eventually in a tiny corner, such as the caulk. There are some tips to prevent it, but at some point mold will grow on the silicone sealant due to moisture.
Anyhow, you don’t have to panic because, even if it grows on the silicone sealant, mold will go away pretty easily due to some incredible products that replace successfully any toxic mold remover.
I’m pretty familiar with this situation, because the tub caulk in my bathroom was covered entirely with some black and moldy grime, and I tried to remove it with chlorine and many other chemicals, but it caught a yellowish aspect. At least it wasn’t black! But I discovered this incredible homemade caulk remover solution that vanish any mold spore completely without ruining the silicone sealant.
- 1 cup of baking soda
- 1/2 cup of bleach
- glass bowl
- old toothbrush
How to prepare:
Just mix both the above ingredients in the bowl until you get the consistency of toothpaste so it can stick to the moldy caulk.
How to use:
After you obtained the paste, use the toothbrush to apple the paste over the silicone sealant. Make sure that the paste is thick enough to cover the entire caulk. Let it act for 30 minutes.
During this time, prepare another baking soda and bleach paste and spread another layer over the moldy caulk. Let it act for another 30 minutes.
At the end, just remove with warm water all the hardened paste and you’ll see a white and cleaned caulk underneath.