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susan_66
How does one see mould in a black bathroom (second-last picture)? I have to say, I don't want my senses engaged in the bathroom, just soothed.
   
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denimandlace
I have a black ensuite so if your grout is black it will turn a white colour n tiles will have a white scum. so it is easy to tell when they need a clean however you can let it go a little long then white tiles n grout as I have this in our main bathroom :). hope that helps
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