Mold stains tend to appear in dark, damp areas with high levels of moisture and humidity. That means that even the cleanest-seeming bathroom is a pretty common area for mold stains. With water constantly turned on and off, sinks, showers and tubs are a prime spot for mold stains to show up. Plus, spray from the sink and toilet can spread water droplets and contribute to mold stains in tricky bathroom corners or in tile grout lines on the walls, floors, or in the shower.
Turn the nozzle to Foam position and locate the mold stains in and around your shower, behind the toilet or on grout lines.
Spray surface to cover mold and mildew stains.
Allow the foam to work its magic on stained areas. You may consider waiting several hours or even overnight, but rinse immediately after use on metal or porcelain to avoid pitting or discoloration.
Wipe away the clingy bleach foam with a wet sponge or cloth. Heavy stains may require longer contact time or repeating the steps.
Do not use OxiClean™ Bleach Mold & Mildew Bathroom Stain Remover on clothes, fabric, wood, rubber and painted or papered surfaces. For other surfaces, spot test in a hidden area first. Always follow manufacturer’s recommendation for item on which you use OxiClean™ Bleach Mold & Mildew Bathroom Stain Remover.
Why Is it So Hard to Clean Mold Stains?
Mold and mildew stains can be difficult to get rid of because they creep into the nooks and crannies.
OxiClean™ Bleach Mold & Mildew Bathroom Stain Remover makes it easier to clean mold stains because it has bleach, which helps to remove mold and mildew stains on non-porous bathroom surfaces such as tiles, sinks and tubs. Plus, the no-drip foam formula clings to the mold and mildew stains to allow the cleansers to penetrate and get to work.
Other Things You Can Do to Prevent Mold Stains
Use OxiClean™ Bleach Mold & Mildew Bathroom Stain Remover whenever you need to eliminate mold stains that appear in your shower, toilet, sink or grout. There are also several things you can do to help prevent mold stains from forming in your bathroom and around the home. These include:
Using central air or window units to control humidity levels in your home and keep the air in your home circulating, when possible.
- Fixing any active leaks or areas in your home that have previous water damage, like walls or roofs.
- Deep cleaning your home and bathroom at least once or twice per month.
Count on OxiClean™ to Remove Mold and Mildew Stains in Your Bathroom
As yucky as mold stains might look in your bathroom, they do happen. When they do, turn to OxiClean™ Bleach Mold & Mildew Bathroom Stain Remover to remove mold and mildew stains without hard scrubbing. The clingy foam sticks to vertical surfaces and the active bleach penetrates and eliminates mold and mildew stains, even in crevices and cracks.