The Best Ways to Get Rid of Mold In the Bathroom
We have all battled mold and mildew in the bathroom, sometimes with minimal success. Mold in the bathroom is common thanks to the warm, moist and dark conditions that are so conducive to its growth. To keep mold and mildew at bay, you can try reducing the humidity in your bathroom by running the fan or opening a window after you take a shower. Since mold grows best in stagnant conditions, keeping the airflow going when there is excess moisture in the room decreases the chances of mold forming.
If mold persists many homeowners are now relying on anti-fungal coatings for walls and ceilings. EnviroShield coatings can be manufactured to any color and luster.
If you are finding yourself constantly scrubbing at mold and mildew when you are cleaning bathroom tiles, you may actually have a bigger problem that lies below the surface. Mold can easily grow underneath tiles and grout in the bathroom, as cracks start to form and excess moisture is able to sneak in.
Situations like these often require the tiles to be removed and the source of mold treated. This is best done by a professional, who can ensure that the problem is completely taken care of and that it won’t just happen again a few months down the road. Before replacing tiles coat the new surface with an anti-fungal coating. It makes a good base for the tile and will not support the growth of mold if moisture once again finds a path underneath the grout and tiles.