Put yourself in the place of a typical home buyer or guest stepping into your bathroom. When you step into the bathroom for the first time, what catches your eye? If you’re like most people, it’s probably cleanliness and condition.
Yuk! Is that mold and mildew on the caulk in the tub and around the base of the toilet? Instead of looking at the new bathroom fixtures, now you might be wondering what’s going on with the condition of the house in other areas you can’t see.
What’s worse, research shows you’re not likely to have a good impression. Studies confirm that mold and mildew on caulk makes a big impact on guest impressions.
So how can we use this information to protect our bottom line and the first impressions of others when selling your hoouse? The answer lies in this recipe I found online to remove mold and mildew on caulk that gave perfect results.
How To Remove Mold and Mildew On Caulk – Cheap:
Small paint brush
Mix approximately 1 cup of baking soda and bleach to the consistency of sour cream. Apply mixture to the mold and mildew on caulk. Cover with plastic wrap and leave on for a few hours or overnight. Remove wrap and rinse the concoction off the area and viola pristine, just like new caulk. Try it! It’s an easy peasy how to remove mold and mildew from caulk cheaply!
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