Project Overview

Mould is a type of fungi that can build up quickly in moist, unventilated places like bathrooms or laundries. Making sure your bathroom is free from mould keeps it looking fresh and a much healthier place to be. The simplest way to remove mould is to use an anti-mould spray and a bit of old fashioned elbow grease. Continue to Step-by-step instructions.
Time Required

Quick Fix

Quick Fix

A quick fix project usually takes around 1-2 hours


Step by Step Instructions

1 Spray the anti-mould cleaner onto the mould
2 Wipe the surface clean
  • Step 1. Spray the anti-mould cleaner onto the mould

    Spray the anti-mould directly onto the mouldy areas, making sure to follow the instructions on the bottle. Then simply wait a few minutes for the spray to do its job. There are lots of different anti-mould sprays to choose from, including some designed for delicate painted surfaces.
  • Step 2. Wipe the surface clean

    After you’ve left the anti-mould spray to do its job (the instructions on the pack should tell you how long), grab a cloth and wipe it clean. If the mould is not coming off straight away, a little application of elbow grease should help. For the hard to reach areas like grout, it’s a great idea to use an old toothbrush.


Please make sure you use all equipment appropriately and safely when following the advice in these D.I.Y. videos. You need to be familiar with how to use equipment safely and follow the instructions which came with the equipment. If you are unsure, you may feel it is safest to consult an expert, such as the manufacturer or an expert Bunnings team member.

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