Mold can start out as just a small spot and become a health hazard quickly. Mold removal can be simple in small areas, but quite complex if the mold has spread to a large area. Removing bathroom mold can protect you and your family from health issues.
If you have mildew stains in your shower you already know how unappealing and disgusting they look. Looking at them will sometimes make you not want to get in the shower at all. Not only are mildew stains disgusting to look at but they are also hazardous to your health to breathe in. Although you clean your shower regularly, getting rid of mildew stains in the shower is sometimes easier said than done. If you've had them for a while, they can be stubborn and hard to remove even with the best scouring pad. Here is a process that will not only get rid of mildew stains in your shower but will do it fast! Clear Out Clutter The first thing you want to do before you clean out your shower or tub is to always clear out the clutter. This means the shampoo and conditioner bottles, razors, soaps, towels, toys and whatever else you may have collected during your daily washing rituals. You want to make sure you don't get cleaning agents and chemicals all over products you intend to use again.
Spray X-14 on Stains - Once you've cleared out the shower spray X-14 mildew stain remover on all the mildew stains in the shower. You can pick this up down at your local Wal Mart or wherever you buy your other cleaning products. The great thing about this product is that it works fast and you don't have to do any scrubbing. Within about 30 seconds to a minute you will start to see stains magically disappear. If you need to, repeat this process after about five minutes to remove stains that are more stubborn than others. Some mildew stains may need to be sprayed again but the second time usually gets the job done. Note: Stains that are embedded in caulking are harder to remove. Some of these stains you may not be able to remove, but will have to redo the caulking.
Rinse - Once all your mildew stains have been removed, rinse away the residue of the cleanser. You want to make sure you rinse good, as this is a very strong cleaning agent and you don't want these chemicals in your water when you are showering or bathing later on. You may want to repeat your rinsing process in order to make sure you get all of the cleanser out. Once you are done rinsing, your shower should be free and clear of those nasty, poisonous mildew stains. You can now enjoy your shower or bath without the uncomfortable and disgusting feeling you get from knowing you're in the company of mildew stains. Enjoy!!!