Can a tile be treated for mold?

Can a tile be treated for mold?

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Answer: yes, by regularly descaling the joints maintaining the tiling.

In contact with water and ambient humidity in a bathroom or kitchen, the joints maintaining the tiles must be descaled regularly so as not to allow mold to infiltrate. In fact, the tile joints turn black, giving your wallcovering an unattractive appearance. To install new tiles, it is first necessary to clean up the wall that will accommodate the new wall covering. Anti-humidity paints and coatings exist and allow the renovation of your wall tiles. Then regularly treat the tiled surfaces to avoid the reappearance of molds, saltpeter, mushrooms ...

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