How to Remove Black Mold From Shower Silicone

How to Remove Black Mold From Shower Silicone | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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Does your shower have lots of silicone mold? We all know how difficult it is to remove those bacteria. Brushing them a lot of times doesn’t easily do the trick. Don’t worry Skill Builder on Youtube has an easy and effective way how to remove black mold from shower silicone. You no longer have to give all your energy and time brushing the mold back and forth just to get rid of it.  Read on to learn the steps.



  • old toothbrush
  • bleach
  • toilet paper
  • glove
  • goggles
  • mask


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Step 1:

Wear your gloves, goggles, and mask for safety. Be sure that the chemical you will use doesn’t attack the shower tray. If your shower tray is ceramic, it is safe to use bleach. If you are not sure, check the manufacturer’s instructions. If the bleach will affect the shower tray, use other kinds of mold inhibitors. Now, get the toothbrush and bleach. Dip the toothbrush into the bleach and brush the silicone. Let it sit.

How to Remove Black Mold From Shower Silicone tutorial
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Step 2:

Next, get the toilet paper and twist it around. Then place it on the corners of the silicone. Next, pour some bleach on the twisted toilet paper. This will prevent the bleach from evaporating. Then press it down so the bleach will have constant contact with the mold. Wait for 18 hours before removing the tissue.

This hack cuts the oxygen supply of the mold and will stop them from growing.

How to Remove Black Mold From Shower Silicone Steps
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Step 3:

After 13 hours, wear your gloves and mask, then remove the tissue paper. Now, all of the black mold on the silicone will be gone.


Another tip is if the shower drain is not working properly, clear the blockage by grabbing the removable trap. You’ll see all of the hair stuck on the drain which causes the slow flow of water. If it doesn’t have a trap, get a wet and dry vacuum cleaner and try to suck it up.


How to Remove Black Mold From Shower Silicone

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