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    Hi ladies, Just wondering what you use to get mould off of grout? We are moving out of our rental soon and I just can't get rid of the mould in the bathroom it drives me crazy!

    Any ideas would be great, thanks

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    Coles brand mould remover. Spray and leave on for awhile


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    Apart from things like Exit Mould and a toothbrush, you can get grout whiteners which are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    Coles brand mould remover. Spray and leave on for awhile


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    That stuff is amazing! Will never go without!

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    Fluoride toothpaste and a toothbrush gets the mould out and whitens the grout. Nan gave me that trick cheaper then buying products

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    I just use the homebrand domestos. Squeeze it on, leave for a little while, scrub with a grout brush and clean off.

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    Thanks for the ideas ladies


 

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