The shower is tile, natural stone and glass. The natural stone can't be cleaned with harsh chemicals. In fact, the owners of this home didn't really give any specific product they used. I think after four years they were still trying to find the right thing.
My basic plan is to use a bleach pen on those caulked areas. Later I will put another clean layer of caulk on. I'm not sure if this will really work long term, but I hope that it cleans it up well enough that I can repeat the process at the time we go to move out. I kind of think this is what the owners did before we moved in because it wasn't moldy when we arrived.
The other icky task is to clean under the door and the frame. I think an old toothbrush and some paper towels are going to be my friends on this task. I think this part will be pretty quick. Maybe I'll time myself on that section and let you know.
|See all those cleaning tools in there?|
We really do try to keep it clean, nature just seems to be against us!
Do you have trouble with mold in your shower or tub? Do you have a super cleaner for your natural stone shower?