Anyway, this year's rainy season was long. Is the area around the water, such as the bathroom or wash basin, in a dire state due to mold or dust?
In the past, the editorial department introduced the idea of sticking mending tape on these parts to prevent stains, but the other day I found a special item at the 100-yen shop "Daiso"! I would like to introduce it because it is recommended that I personally want to buy it in bulk.
Daiso's "Mold Stain Prevention Masking Tape" is a white masking tape containing an antifungal agent. The width is 15mm x 7m and the price is 100 yen (excluding tax). At the store I bought, it was in the cleaning supplies section.
To use it, just wipe off the water in the bathroom or near the window and stick the tape. The tape itself does not have a mold-removing effect, so if it is very dirty, clean it thoroughly before applying it.
The transparent white tape fits in smoothly and is hardly noticeable even after it is applied. Rather, it feels like the yellowed caulking is new!
Dust does not enter the gap, so if it is light dirt, it can be cleaned by simply wiping it off, and if you are concerned about deterioration, you can replace it. Some people put it on the gap of the bathtub apron because it doesn't come off easily even if it gets wet (let's wash the inside of the apron thoroughly and dry it in advance).
For the clumsy writer, I had the impression that the soft masking tape could be applied more beautifully than the mending tape. It's a place where you tend to put off cleaning, but once you get serious about cleaning, it's dramatically easier for you to do household chores. Only those who are not good at cleaning should give it a try!