No matter how hard you clean the bathroom, that nasty dark and grimy mold will eventually appear in a tiny corner, such as the caulk. Although there are a few tips to prevent it, mold will eventually grow on silicone sealants.
However, you don’t have to worry since, even if it grows on the silicone sealant, mold can be easily removed thanks to some amazing products that can replace toxic mold removers.
My tub caulk in my bathroom was covered entirely with some black and moldy grime, and I tried to remove it with chlorine and other chemicals, but it turned yellow. At least it wasn’t black!
This amazing homemade caulk remover solution vanishes any mold spore completely without destroying the silicone sealant.
🧴 You need:
🔷 1 cup of baking soda
🔷 1/2 cup of bleach
🔷 old toothbrush
🥣 How to prepare:
Put both ingredients in a bowl and mix until they have the consistency of toothpaste so that they can stick to the moldy caulk.
🧹 How to use:
✅ Once you have obtained the paste, apply it to the silicone sealant with a toothbrush. 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.
✅ Simply remove all the hardened paste with warm water and you’ll see a white, clean caulk underneath.