That may make a shower base slippery and dangerous. Getting rid of
excess humidity and soap scum will do most. I am in the process of
regrouting shower stall. In preparation, I was amazed at the amount of
soap scum I scraped off tiles. I scrub often, and thought they were
clean. Also have a good bit of hardness in water, which adds to the
mildew problem. After I get grouting done and sealed, it will be
interesting to see how the mildew goes. Am inclined to scrub shower
once week with Dawn and hot water, to see if it keeps the soap scum away.
Doesn't seem to be a problem for me. Although I could see where that
could present an issue for some.
Good luck on the Dawn approach.
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Try washing or soaking it in a diaper pail sanitizer eg Impregnon.
Also, there are products to spray around the bathroom to prevent mold
and mildew that should be available in your grocery store.
Eliminating dampness when possible is #1.
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