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Cleaning Mold and Mildew with Soft Scrub Products

The technical description of mold makes it sound downright cute and cuddly: “woolly, downy, or furry growths.” But mold, like mildew, is a type of fungus and there’s nothing adorable about it. Mold and mildew can grow on many types of material in your home including food, clothing, books, grout, wood, wicker, walls, floors, and ceilings. Mold and mildew can cause strong musty odors in the home and trigger allergies and asthma attacks.

Mold grows by breaking down organic matter and releasing tiny spores that float in the air. Once the spores land somewhere warm, dark, and damp, they grow and produce spots in a variety of colors including black, orange, red, blue, and green. These spots can appear on kitchen walls, bathroom tile and grout, shower curtain liners, and toilets. And when mold and mildew appears – it needs to be treated ASAP, before it gets behind walls and spreads throughout the rest of your home.

Fortunately, Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover Spray is perfectly formulated to eliminate dangerous household fungi. It is non-abrasive and can be used on bathtubs, showers, sinks, tiles, and grout. Soft Scrub tackles the tough stains, kills mold and mildew, and whitens as it cleans. For the toughest stains, spray on the thick gel, let it sit for a few minutes, and attack the mold and mildew with a scrub brush. Mold & Mildew Stain Remover Spray is also ideal for removing grey soap scum which forms bathtub rings.

Soft Scrub is pleasant-smelling and provides a streak-free shine. It also leaves tile and grout gleaming. And after you’ve tackled the mold and mildew, you can use Soft Scrub Total Bath & Bowl Spray to kill off those other bathroom hazards—viruses and germs—which can grow in toilets, sinks, and bathtubs. Household mold may be a fact of life but you can spray it away with Soft Scrub and prevent the unwanted fungus from taking over your home.

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