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How to remove mould ???

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The active agent in most mould killers is chlorine. So, you can use diluted bleach to clean the silicon. Think it is best that you use it weekly when you clean the bathroom. Don't think there is a once and for all product 'cos the bathroom is always exposed to water.

 

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there is mould killer spray avaliable in 5B pte ltd joo chiat.

around $14

Hi Mace, any phone no. for this company cos the algae on the silicon on my shower

screen is unsightly! And I hv not even used it for a year!

TIA!

 

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Hi Mace, any phone no. for this company cos the algae on the silicon on my shower

screen is unsightly! And I hv not even used it for a year!

TIA!

for that you need to remove the old silicon and apply new layer of ANTI-MOULD silicon.

cos the mould(black thingy) is inside the silicon, no way you can clean it.

 

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for that you need to remove the old silicon and apply new layer of ANTI-MOULD silicon.

cos the mould(black thingy) is inside the silicon, no way you can clean it.

Wah...then need the help of contractor liao la...if not, how are we going to do it?

 

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Wah...then need the help of contractor liao la...if not, how are we going to do it?

huh? just buy a $2 metal scraper and scrap off the old silicon.

then go homefix to buy the ANTI MOULD silicon around $6

 

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huh? just buy a $2 metal scraper and scrap off the old silicon.

then go homefix to buy the ANTI MOULD silicon around $6

Hehehe....stupid ME! okok...thanks Mace....pardon my ignorance har...

 

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Hehehe....stupid ME! okok...thanks Mace....pardon my ignorance har...

Yap, get the metal scraper as what Mace suggested.

If you have a big area, don't get over ambitious.

Cos it is not easy to remove old sealant.

After scraping (go easy) .Then spray on 3M Citrus-Based Adhesive Remover Spray

This will soften the remaining sealant. Apply grease, using cloth over your nail

to remove all remaining sealant.

Prepare the joint with masking tape to faciliate applying new sealant

Peel off tape before it dry up.

Remember to find a good time to do, not while you are busy and that

this area will be not use. Cos new sealant need to cure dry.

 

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Okok...Thanks a lot! Will get my Hubby to do it..... :yamseng:

Good idea, just worry, can take out cannot put back.

By the way, nice Krabi picture. Guess you really enjoy huh.

Can't miss that.. what you call...avatar.. whenever I see your posting.

 

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Good idea, just worry, can take out cannot put back.

By the way, nice Krabi picture. Guess you really enjoy huh.

Can't miss that.. what you call...avatar.. whenever I see your posting.

Hahaha....ya...forgotten wat is the island's name liao...hehehehehehe

 

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Dont need lah! Just go ntuc to buy a bottle of duck mold killer (blue col spray) can already! Only a few dollars.

spray them plentiful & leave it overnite.! U will hv a brand new silicon!

 

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Dont need lah! Just go ntuc to buy a bottle of duck mold killer (blue col spray) can already! Only a few dollars.

spray them plentiful & leave it overnite.! U will hv a brand new silicon!

didnt know so effective...you tried before? mould disappeared from inside silicon?

 

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Dont need lah! Just go ntuc to buy a bottle of duck mold killer (blue col spray) can already! Only a few dollars.

spray them plentiful & leave it overnite.! U will hv a brand new silicon!

Will spoil the tiles or not?? :notti:

 

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