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black mold on limestone
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We had a lovely limestone bathroom put in last year including limestone bowls. I am now horrified to find black mold deposits on the bowls around the waste. I don't want to scrub it off, normal cleansers don't work, can you advise how I can get rid of it and stop it from recurring?
Your limestone may be “lovely”, but I personally would have not gotten a limestone toile bowl if they'd pay me big money to get it!
At any rate, your only hope is the use a potent alkaline cleaner designed to deal with mildew stain and mold, rated “for natural stone” like MB-9.
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