Shower cleaning need help!

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@Mikey P what's that grout sealer you used on a post awhile back? I'm thinking of using bar keepers friend followed by alkaline. Any other suggestions? All the edges and corners are siliconed and that's where the mold is growing.
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Super Grout Additive is the good one to go for. Easy fix and help those grout lines sustain for long. Here some easy tips to get ahead with grout cleaning afterwards, follow steamprony.com/four-helpful-tips-to-clean-the-grout-between-tiles
 
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Well, I’ve had success with bleach and detergent, Barkeeper’s friend for lime deposits and Venom peroxibright. There are liquid oven cleaners which are not lye based and cut crud really well.

In general, I’d suggest spritzing the wall from down to up, then lathering it up with a soft brush. Rinse with your gekko or whatever you have, then if there are any discolored spots, spritz bleach to lighten them.

I just can’t see laying out a few thousand for vapor steam equipment when you already have heat and pressure.

I would be glad to loan you mine if you want to mess with one, though.
 
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The commercial vapor steam machines are only worth it if you get the really expensive ones that go above 300-330f

most of the moderately priced ones only do about 230/240 degrees and low pressure so not really any better than a lot of truckmounts
 

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