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How To Clean A Moldy RV Shower

Moldy RV shower help
This Blessed Life

OK I admit I’m not the cleanest person in the world, but based on a few visits to friend’s houses, I know I’m not the messiest either. Still, I can never quite manage to get rid of all the mold in my shower.

Warm and humid temperatures can encourage mold growth, so it’s a good idea to keep track of the humidity inside your RV.

You’ll usually spot mold and mildew growing underneath your RV mattress and in the bathroom, specifically the shower.  The mold can grow on the plastic walls and floors of a molded shower stall, and in the cracks around the door frame.

To get rid of mold, the CDC recommends a mold-killing solution of no more than one cup of bleach for every one gallon of water. 

Jessica from This Blessed Life discovered a better way of cleaning the mold from her shower. While she did this in her tile bathroom, you could use the same process inside your RV. She used cotton beauty coils, soaked them in bleach, and laid the dampened material over each patch of mold. Using a Q-Tip, Jessica worked the bleached coils as close to the mold as possible.

After 24 hours, she had a totally clean, mold-free, brand-new looking shower. To check out the entire process and see more before, during, and after photos, visit the link below…

This Blessed Life: Getting Mold Out of the Shower–Before & After


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