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    #16
    Originally posted by Berlingogirl View Post
    If mould is removed as soon as it's noticed it doesn't become an issue.
    I usually manage to remove it from the shower cubicle when it's at the orange stage, before it turns black

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      #17
      I have turned many a bath / shower area from a mould covered health hazard I wouldn't step in to unless fully clothed to a dazzling white bathing area with the aid of a toothbrush, some bleach, some elbow grease and some soaking time.

      Berlingogirl is right - much easier to deal with at the orange stage.

      I just don't understand how tenants can let it get this bad!

      The other issue I come across is mould in the shower seal at the bottom of the shower screen - sometimes even green because of algae - tenants don't seem to see it or realise the seal is removable!

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        #18
        If mould is appearing, then the route cause needs to be investigated. The most likely reason is drying washing and lack of or no ventilation

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          #19
          Originally posted by Mrs Mug View Post

          I usually manage to remove it from the shower cubicle when it's at the orange stage, before it turns black
          I think orange and black are different things, not different stages of the same thing.

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