No one wakes up in the morning saying, “I can’t wait to finish breakfast so I can clean my grout!” But, even if you’re not chugging your coffee so you can go de-mold your grout, the process doesn’t have to be painful. It can even be satisfying to scrub away the blue, black, green, or pink yuck that grows in grout. And by using Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover and Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleaner Gel your grout will be clean, sanitary, and white for weeks to come.
Grout is made from water, cement, and sand and has a porous surface. Mold needs water to live, and the damp bathroom grout around the sink and shower provide a perfect environment for the fungus to gain a foothold. The mold spreads by sending out microscopic spores which colonize other moist areas. When people with mold allergies breath in those spores it can trigger symptoms such as coughing, itchy eyes, and restricted breathing. Mold can also cause asthma attacks. Even those without allergies need to treat grout when it becomes stained – because the mold will keep growing. It has the potential to get behind your walls and spread throughout the rest of your home. If that happens, you need to call in professionals who may charge thousands of dollars for mold abatement.
There’s no reason to let grout destroy your day, your health, or your bank account. Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover is formulated with a thick gel that clings to and penetrates the stains on grout. Simply spray it on, let it work for a few minutes, and wipe it away with a damp cloth. Rinse with warm water and your grout chores are over in a matter of minutes. If stains remain, apply Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleaner Gel to an old stiff-bristle toothbrush and hit the tough spots. While you’re at it, spray and wipe the caulking around the tub, sink, and toilet bowl. Grout cleaning might not be fun, but with Soft Scrub you can put a hold on the mold in your house.