I'm going to assume you meant mold.
To remove mold, mildew and soap scum from a shower you want to get a spray bottle and mix 1/4 cup of bleach, a table spoon of degreasing dish soap (antibacterial dawn is perfect) and fill the rest with warm water. Put the sprayer back onto the bottle and give the bottle a gentle once or twice turn over to very gently mix the contents.
Spray down your shower, let it sit for 5-10 minutes then wipe and rinse. If it is very bad mold you want to up the bleach to 1/2 cup, follow the rest of the directions. Leaving the spray on the mold for as long as possible. You may need to respray a few times till its all gone. You do not want to use too much bleach, you will fume yourself out of the bathroom. If the mold still doesn't budge skip the dish soap and reduce the water. At that point I would make sure you have a room fan or something in the bathroom to give you some venhilation.
I hope this helps ^_^
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