Bathroom sealant that works/mould problems!

Postby pinkytea » Fri Aug 29, 2008 11:27 am

I wasn't sure if this is best place, so please move if not.

I have a major problem in my bathroom with the sealant.
I have to keep re-doing mine every few months,
a) because it starts peeling or
b) because of the mould, both black and lovely pink mould that won't come off.

Does anyone know of a sealant that actually works? Perhaps a professional one?
Also is there a way of applying it so it looks even cos it always ends up a mess no matter what tools I try!!

One further question, is there a certain type of sealant I should use on the kithchen sink where the work surface joins the tiles on my wall behind the sink? Or can I use the same one?

I have the awful mould on mine, both pink and black types. Will try the bleach. :)
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