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Unsightly mould is a thing of the past with new Unibond products

Published: 28 March 2018

Black unsightly mould is the scourge of the Bathroom. Dirt, Skin, and Soap residue coupled with humidity conspire to support mould growth between tiles, on the grout, and on the sealant around the bath or shower tray.
However, it does not have to be this way. In the Unibond Sealant and Tile Adhesive range there are two products that can remedy this situation and make your bathroom grout and sealant look like new.
With UniBond Sealant RE-NEW you do not have to remove the existing sealant.
It can be smoothed with the built-in applicator without any stringing and contains the unique UniBond Triple Protect mould prevention formula that is powerful enough to stop mould reforming.
If you have mould growth on your grout, then you can revive it with UniBond Grout Reviver. This formulation is easily applied over the top of the existing grout to make it look like new. Again, its Triple Protect anti-mould formulation is powerful enough to stop mould reforming.
All you must do is remove the existing mould from the surface of the sealant or grout. A simple wash with bleach using an old toothbrush does the trick. 





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