Mold Resistant Paint

I have a inside shower and the walls are unpainted stone. I find the shower walls are getting moldy. I have been told to clean the stone with bleach and than seal with silicone.
Where can I get spreadable silicone sealant to brush over the walls?
Please suggest particular products: it would be helpful if I could purchase them at Home Depot or Lowes.
Your help would be appreciated.
Allan
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geosel is a product, But i advise against it. When it molds behind it or when it discolors you can only remove it by sandblasting. In a few years it could look like an ugly mess. I have a stone wall this was done to, its black with mold and will be sandblasted off. Use bleach often stone looks good natural
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Mould is really hard to get rid of. Clorox tends to remove the paint and isn't a permanent solution. I installed a ceiling fan and let it run for a few minutes to exhaust the steam which would otherwise condense on the walls, etc. So far, so good with that.

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On Sat, 15 Nov 2003 18:18:13 -0500 (EST), snipped-for-privacy@webtv.net wrote:

If it is stone, do NOT talk to your local Home Depot or Lowes. Instead, head to your local professional stone/tile shop. You also might want to stop into John Bridge's online stone/tile forum and re-ask your question. A bunch of knowledgeable people hang out there and they are honestly helpful.
If this is an ongoing problem, better ventilation will likely be part of the solution.
David Glos
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