Spray Foaming Bleach or CLR for Mold

Grout lines in the bathtub/shower stall are notorious for growing mold if not kept in check. I have found that keeping a spray bottle of Clorox foaming bleach or a spray bottle of CLR (or Lime-Away) in the bath area reduces clean up time.

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Once a week after a shower, simply spritz the cleaning product on the grout lines. Finish getting yourself ready, then before leaving the bathroom, rinse down the stall with warm water. Lime-Away also works wonders on the glass of the shower stall. Do this regularly and you will never spend a precious Saturday morning scrubbing your bathroom.

By Scout from Tennessee

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

You might want to substitute a half vinegar-half water solution for the bleach, which chemically reacts in a bad way with mold to produce a gas that badly affects your lungs and takes a few years to show up as lung damage.

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