Tilex® Mildew Root™ Penetrator and Remover

Kill hard-to-reach mildew with powerful foaming action.

Mildew is actually a fungus with roots that grow deep into cracks and crevices. Tilex® Mildew Root™ Penetrator and Remover’s foam clings onto surfaces, and penetrates to attack mildew at the roots.

  • Mildew-Fighting Foam Power
  • Powerful foaming action
  • Removes ugly stains without scrubbing
  • Penetrates deep to kill mildew at its roots
  • Kills 99.9% of common household mold and mildew
  • Contains Clorox® Bleach

Usage Instructions




Tough Cleaning with Tilex® Mildew Root™ Penetrator & Remover

  1. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors. Use in well-ventilated areas. Open windows and turn on fans before use. If vapors bother you, leave the room while product is working. For sensitive skin or prolonged use, wear gloves.
  2. Directions for using Tilex® Mildew Root™ Penetrator & Remover:
    1. To remove mildew stains: Turn nozzle to FOAM position. Spray 6-8 inches from surface until thoroughly covered. Allow foam to deeply penetrate mildew and problem areas. Wipe with a wet sponge or cloth, and rinse. Heavy mildew buildup may require longer contact time or two cleanings.
    2. To disinfect and kill mildew on hard, nonporous surfaces: Spray surface, such as glazed ceramic tile, until thoroughly wet, let stand five minutes and rinse. To kill mold and mildew on hard, porous surfaces, such as grout and cement: Spray surface until thoroughly wet, let stand 10 minutes and rinse. Repeat application.
    3. This product kills Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep) and Trichophyton mentagrophytes (Athlete's Foot Fungus).
  3. Where to use:
    1. Grout, tile (glazed and unglazed ceramic), tubs, sinks, counters, shower doors, vinyl curtains, glass, plastic, no-wax floors and windowsills.
    2. Rinse immediately after use on rubber, plastic, vinyl.
    3. Avoid prolonged contact with metal and old porcelain as this product can react with these materials and leave a “rust” stain.
    4. Do not use on wood or painted surfaces.
    5. Avoid contact with aluminum, clothes, fabric, carpet or paper surfaces as they will discolor.
  4. Mixing with other household chemicals can cause serious chemical reactions and should be avoided.