The tub water is being flushed away from your body, and it’s causing mold to grow.
Mold spores are the first thing that appear when the water is pumped into the drain, which is then filled with fresh water.
Mould spores are easily transmitted by sharing a bathtub or shower, so a lot of people have gotten their tubs dirty with mold spores.
So, it’s best to wash them off before going into the bathroom.
It can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours to remove all the mold spores in your bathtub.
That’s why cleaning the tub with a bleach solution like the one pictured above is recommended.
But the most important step is getting rid of the mold.
You need to wash all of the water off of your tubs to get rid of all of your mold spores, and you’ll need to use bleach to disinfect them.
The bleach can be applied on the inside of the drain with a disinfectant like dish soap or hot water.
And if you want to disinfect it on the outside, the bleach can also be sprayed directly onto the drain to kill the mold, says Julie Lehrman, owner of Lehrmans Bathtub Cleaning Services in San Diego.
So it can be done in about an hour or so, she says.
To help get rid, Lehrmann suggests washing the tubs with soap and water.
After the bleach has been applied, the mold can be removed by scrubbing with a damp cloth or paper towel.
You can also use a blow dryer to blow away any residue left on the drain that may have attracted mold.
If you’re worried about mold, then Lehrmas is also offering a spray bottle to spray mold-removal spray onto the inside surface of your bath tub.