Mold in the joints in the bathroom - what can you do?

In many baths one knows the appearing, slightly blackish covering in the joints, which turns out to be a mold. Why these molds can develop, how they spread, and what you can do about them, read here. In addition, how to prepare in the future.

Cause of mold in the joints

Also check that in non-daylight baths, the ventilation of the bath is even powerful enough to actually dissipate the moisture quickly. It is not recommended to ventilate in the living room via the bathroom door, as otherwise the mold load can rise there.
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