If you have mouldy grout then it could be an indication that you have grout failure.
Put simply, grout should not turn mouldy.
Why? Because mould needs moisture to survive and if your grout is retaining moisture it is not waterproof.
There could be several reasons for this:
- wrong grout used – not all grout is designed to be waterproof
- bad application – there are gaps and pin-holes in the grout allowing water through
- cracked grout – for wet areas you should use flexible grout but not many people do
What Is The Best Solution?
That will depend on exactly what has caused the problem in the first place (this article will help you find out).
We have a solution that will always work, will always eradicate the problem and will be permanent:
Install waterproof wall panels straight over the problem area. Quick, clean and cheap. It is an easy job to undertake and the results are amazing:
JUST MEASURE, CUT AND STICK – IT’S AS EASY AS THAT
remember that these are not tiles, so there is no grout, no mould and no maintenance
look at some of the amazing panel designs available