But remember mould’s favourite saying, “I’ll be back”.
Mould is a type of fungi that are naturally occurring organisms playing a major role in the earths ecosystem.
Mould grows best in damp and poorly ventilated areas, and reproduces by making spores.
To know more about it, read our article: “What is mould?“.
There are different ways to have mould on the bathroom ceiling.
Mould can appear on ceilings as a response of dampness, this is the most common reason and it’s caused by:
- Roof damage;
- Bad ventilation;
However, mould growth is a big problem because mould usually spreads fast and that’s the reason to react immediately to prevent it if you notice stains in your ceiling.
This will kill the mould and help remove discoloration but do a spot test in an inconspicuous place first.
Make sure the room is well ventilated and do not mix bleach with other chemicals such as vinegar, as the combination can be dangerous.
Most detergents will produce highly variable results.
Dilute with water.
Can be effective but can damage you and your bathroom surfaces.