Mould Removers

Struggling to deal with mould and mildew around your home? Pick up a mould remover from Robert Dyas and get your surfaces looking like new again. We have a range of mould cleaners available, including mould sprays to tackle things from a distance and black mould remover for handling stubborn black mould before it gets worse. Shop our full range of mould removal products below.


Mould and mildew can cause havoc in your home. Whether you find it in your bathroom or other areas of your home, getting rid of mould or mildew can be difficult without the right product. At Robert Dyas, our extensive range of mould removers and cleaners will allow you to say goodbye to mould and mildew for good. Choose from a range of leading brands and products such as Cillit Bang, Dettol and more.
By using a mould remover spray, you can simply spray the affected area and allow it to do its magic for the recommended time. Removing the need to scrub away at your mould due to their concentrated formulas. For deep routed mould and mildew, however, we would recommend adding a soaked cotton pad onto the affected area. Each of our mould and mildew cleaners are suitable for various areas in your home from silicone sealants grout, plaster to walls and much more.
If you need more advice regarding mould and mildew, check out our blog on How To Get Rid Of Mould And Damp. Why not discover our wider range of cleaning supplies, to help any additional problem areas from drain unblockers, limescale removers, appliance cleaners and much more.


Mould Remover FAQs

What is mildew?

Mildew is another type of mould that can appear in damp areas of your home. The main differences between mould and mildew are that mildew often appears white and remains flat in its growth stage. Mildew can usually be found on fabric and walls but can be removed with our great range of mould removers.

How to get mould out of fabric?

Mould and mildew can spread around our homes and can often spread to fabric, including our clothes. Removing mould from our clothes can be done in a few simple steps:

  1. Remove any excess mould from your clothes under running water
  2. Pre-treat the mould with a laundry detergent solution. Simply mix a cap full or scoop of laundry detergent with water and soak the mould garment.
  3. Wring out the excess water and add your garment to the wash. Ensure to check the washing clothes symbols before washing

For larger fabric household furniture such as sofas, we recommend creating a solution using laundry detergents or one of our mould magic products, if suitable for fabrics to treat the affected area.

How to get rid of mould on walls?

Removing mould from walls does not have to feel daunting. Using one of our many mould spray cleaners and removers makes the job extremely easy. Simply spray the mould cleaner and leave for the recommended time, then clean the mould away with a sponge. However, it is important to patch test the mould remover on your wall first.