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Mold on bathtub sealant?

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megagusset Fri 17-Jun-11 17:24:24

Any suggestions on how to remove this, or is digging it out and re-sealing my only choice? I've tried the usual mold cleaners, but there's a tenacious patch right in the corner that just refuses to die.

MrsRhettButler Fri 17-Jun-11 17:25:35

I wanna know too so I'm gonna hang around

TeamLemon Fri 17-Jun-11 17:29:29

<nosy bump>

nicespam Fri 17-Jun-11 17:30:10

have you tried neat bleach? otherwise remove and re-do

JarethTheGoblinKing Fri 17-Jun-11 17:31:41

Grot Buster.

megagusset Fri 17-Jun-11 17:49:34

yup, neat bleach failed. Not tried grot buster, so will buy some tomorrow - thank you

rainbowinthesky Fri 17-Jun-11 17:50:41

Never got anything to work apart from removing and redoing.

WowOoo Fri 17-Jun-11 17:52:36

Dettol mould stuff. In lots of supermarkets.

Have sprayed it on today whilst at work and DA NA! All gone.

It stinks and hurts my eyes, lord knows what's in it.

thestringcheeseincident Fri 17-Jun-11 17:53:30

Grot buster is what you need. I had exact same issue. Worked a treat.

Panzee Fri 17-Jun-11 17:54:53

www.lakeland.co.uk/20284/Mould-Remover

TheWaterHorse Fri 17-Jun-11 23:08:14

Agree with Panzee. I used this last night and got nearly all my mould off. Just need to reapply to a couple of small patches that were really bad to finish the job off but most of it is perfectly white again.

scartette Fri 17-Jun-11 23:26:31

Dettox brill.for this. Will completely remove it. Be careful of getting it on skin,eyes etc.WowOoo is right-will sting eyes just by spraying it. Leave a window open.

maggiethecat Fri 17-Jun-11 23:42:59

I tried that Dettox thing too and it's true - stubbornest mould gone!

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