Mold & Mildew Removers

It’s nasty, smelly, and unhealthy.  It comes in an array of colors.  It loves humid climates and darkness.  And it’s probably lurking in your bathroom right now.

It’s mold, and getting rid of it can be challenging – especially in your bathroom, where it can squeeze into tight cracks and hunker down into the grout between tiles.  Like any other fungus, mold flourishes in the warm, damp conditions typically found in bathrooms.  But you don’t have to live with mold and mildew stains.  With the help of specially formulated mold and mildew stain removers, your bathroom will look (and smell) like new again.


Sodium Hypochlorite:  Breaking The Mold
The most common active ingredient in mold and mildew stain removers is sodium hypochlorite.  Sounds pretty scientific, but you probably know it by its more common name:  bleach.  Bleach is a powerful stain remover and disinfectant.  It’s also commonly used in laundering to help break down stains.

Mold and mildew stain removers use the power of bleach to decolorize those ugly stains in your shower and bathroom.  Usually these products also contain surfactants to help remove soil and soap scum, and fragrances to make surfaces smell fresh and clean.  Because these products are designed specifically for use in your home, mold and mildew stain removers are tested thoroughly and held to high safety standards.


Take Back Your Bathroom
Even though there are powerfully effective products available to help you remove mold and mildew stains, you probably have more interesting things to do.  Like organizing your sock drawer.  Or going to the dentist.

Nobody wants to spend extra time cleaning the bathroom.  Once your mold and mildew stains are gone, you can do your part to make sure they don’t want to come back.



Here are some tips to keep those nasty, musty stains away for good:

  • Clean regularly.
    The longer you go between cleanings, the more mold will become entrenched in showers, tubs, and grout.


  • Make sure your bathroom has adequate ventilation.
    Keeping the air cool and dry will help keep mold away.  Consider using a dehumidifier to pull moisture out of the air, especially if you live in a humid climate.


  • Don’t leave your rubber bath mat in the tub.
    A wet, warm bath mat is like a welcome mat for mold and mildew.  Rinse your bath mat and hang it on the side of the tub to dry.


  • Use a daily shower spray
    Most of these products are easy to use and inhibit the growth of mold.


  • Keep your bathroom dry
    Mold and mildew can grow anywhere that’s moist.  Wipe up any standing water in your tub, shower, or bathroom counters to discourage mold from settling in.



Mold and mildew stains are some of the most stubborn problems that you and your bathroom can face.  With a little prevention and regular cleaning, you can keep your bathroom clean and mold-free.