REMOVING MOULD AND MILDEW FROM TILES AND GROUT
EASY REMOVAL OF MOULD & MILDEW STAINS FROM TILES & GROUT
Removing mould and mildew from walls and tiles needs to be done swiftly to avoid potentially serious health issues. Serious respiratory issues can result from these harmful mould and mildew spores. Coughing and ongoing breathing problems that can be hard to shift can be avoided if the mould and mildew is killed and clean off as soon as it appears.
Mildew and moulds are basically fungi, simple microscopic organisms that will germinate and thrive anywhere there is a moist environment. Moold growths, or colonies, can start to grow and spread on a damp surface within 24 to 48 hours. That is why it is important to take action quickly.
The mould and mildew reproduce by spores - tiny, lightweight “seeds”- that travel through the air. Any moist environment can become the perfect environment for mould and mildew spores to grow rapidly.
Bathrooms and shower areas should be well ventilated to enable condensation build up to dissipate. Most moisture extractors in domestic properties do not have sufficient extractor power to get rid of all the moisture generated.
When mould and mildew start to appear, the simple solution is to use a fast acting mould and mildew remover which will stop the regrowth of mould and mildew. After applying the mould and mildew remover we suggest using a grout sealer to make grout water resistant which will inhibit mildew growth.
The mould and mildew remover kills any mould spores that form on tile grout especially in damp areas like shower cubicles. It can be used on grouting any type of floor or wall tiles, such as porcelain, ceramic, travertine, marble and granite.
A grout cleaner can also be used to remove grout stains and help to keep your bathroom and shower areas looking like new.
If you would like to transform the look of your bathroom or shower and ensure your home stays clean and a healthy place to live, please get in touch.