O.T.--but would really like suggestions
This is a cleaning issue I guess but wanted to get some suggestions here.
I have a white subway tiled shower in our master bath and honestly I am about ready to take a sledge hammer to it! The problem is that I continually get black mildew behind the caulk along where the floor meets the wall. We get great ventilation in there so that's not the issue. For the past six months I have been using a bleach pen which helps some but I can tell it kind of eats at the caulk. Removing the caulk and reapplying is the biggest pain. Do any of you have this problem and if so, have you found any remedy? The shower is 12 years old and I also have small areas where some grout has come out between the subway tile. Can small areas of grout be replaced? While I love the look of a tile shower, we have two one piece acrylic shower/tub units upstairs and they have been great. They look as good today as they did since they were installed. I can't say the same for my tiled shower. And we won't even talk about the glass door issues with cleaning. Help!