A 10% bleach solution will kill mold on your shower, you may want to test the surface to see if it will be affected by the bleach. You may have the notion that bleach is bad for the environment, but as the clorox website explains, it is reactive and will break down to salts and water so it does not contaminate water.
Mold can be removed from hard surfaces such as plastic, glass, and countertops by scrubbing with a non-ammonia soap or detergent. Scrubbing may not completely remove mold growth on structural wood, so it may need to be removed by sanding. After the mold is removed, disinfect the area using a bleach and water solution or another disinfectant.
Be sure to identify what’s causing the mold and make any changes needed so you can eliminate the source (i.e. dampness)
Bleach will get rid of it, but studies have shown that it usually comes back awhile later. The best way to get rid of it for good is to use tea tree or citrus oil-based products. The essential oil from these two types of plants are antifungal.
To clean the mold you need to wash it with something that will definitely kill the mold. The first way is to use tea tree oil. You mix 2 cups of water and 2 tsp of tea tree oil in a spray bottler and spray the mold. Let it sit and then wipe it away. Another way is to use baking soda and vinegar. First, place the baking soda on the mold. Second, spray the vinegar onto the baking soda. Rinse the wall and it should have killed the mold.
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