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1. Make your bleach solution i.e. mixed up in the spray bottle (1 half bleach to 2 half water).
2. Do spray the same solution onto the mold affected grout. If you have enough time, then spray all the grout all over the shower.
3. Take your scrub and nylon brush the mold from the shower grout.
4. Rinse off with clean water.

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Full strength bleach...let soak 24 hrs

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