5 infallible TIPS to remove mold from the shower joint

The bathroom, as we know, is an environment prone to various problems, including bad odors, humidity   and  mold. Not to mention the   shower that is continually exposed to water   .

A point especially exposed to mold formation is the   silicone gasket of the shower cabin   , which even tends to blacken.

So how to do it? In this sense, today we are going to see together   some homemade and natural ingredients to get rid of mold  from the shower seal and have it clean as never before!

The vinegar

The first remedy we recommend could not be   vinegar   , known by our grandmothers for its cleaning, stain-removing and degreasing properties, very   useful in ecological home cleaning.

All you have to do is pour    3 volumes of vinegar and the rest of the water into a spray bottle   and then spray the   mixture thus obtained on the “black”   present along the joint of your shower cabin.

At this point, let it sit for a while, then,   using an old toothbrush   or non-abrasive sponge, gently scrub. Finally, rinse   and that’s it!

Citric acid

As an alternative to vinegar, you can also use   citric acid   , a natural descaler that can help you not only remove mold from the shower,   but also remove limescale! We remind you, in fact, that it is used as a   maintenance treatment for the dishwasher!

Then pour   150 grams of citric acid into 1 liter of water   , then pour everything into a spray bottle and spray   generously on the mold. Let it sit, then remove the dirt with a brush and rinse:   your shower will be like new!


After vinegar and citric acid, how could we not   miss the beloved lemon   , the citrus fruit with multiple properties? As if that weren’t enough, it is also capable of   infusing an intoxicating aroma into your bathroom!

Next, extract the    juice of 1 lemon    and pour it onto a cloth or cotton ball. Then place the   swab   or soaked cloth   along the entire joint   or in the points where the black stain is present and   let it act for approximately 1 hour. Finally, rinse with water and wipe with a sponge to remove the last residue – mold   will be just a bad memory!

Baking soda and hydrogen peroxide

Another remedy for treating    stubborn mold    that just won’t go away is to use   baking soda and hydrogen peroxide,   which, while not exactly green, takes an eco-friendly approach.

Next, pour one cup of hydrogen peroxide and two tablespoons of baking soda into a   spray bottle and shake it to mix the ingredients. For an even more effective effect, you can also   add a few drops of tea tree oil.

Next, spray the mixture thus obtained on   the shower joint   , let it act for a few moments and rinse. Repeat if necessary. Finally, wipe with a    dry cloth to remove residue. We also remind you that hydrogen peroxide    can also be used to remove mold from walls!

Anti-mold mixture

Is the mold still not gone  from the shower seal? Don’t worry because we have the solution for you: the   anti-mold mixture,   which combines the properties of several ingredients to create a truly super effective product! So equip yourself with:

  • 400 ml of water
  • 2 tablespoons hydrogen peroxide
  • 1 tablespoon of fine salt
  • 2 tablespoons baking soda
  • cotton to taste

Simply add the   baking soda and salt to a pot of water, bring   everything to a boil, and then add the hydrogen peroxide. At this point, wait until the    mixture is warm    so as not to burn yourself, then completely immerse    the cotton balls    or cotton pads    in the solution   .

Without pressing them, place them along the area where there is mold as a   barrier   and let them act for about an hour. Finally,   move the balls   and rinse:   the mold in your shower will be just a bad memory!


We remind you to test the remedies described above on non-visible corners to ensure you do not damage the shower. If you have a marble or natural stone shower, do not use vinegar, lemon and citric acid as it can corrode it.