White mold mildew is killed with natural remedies such as air, sunlight, vinegar, baking soda and peroxide. Other remedies include borax, essential oils, bleach and ammonia. A moisture-free environment is essential to prevent white mold mildew.
Because high humidity causes white mold mildew, fresh air and direct exposure to sunlight will eliminate it. Place portable items outside until they are completely dry. Dry shower curtains, musty towels and other washable fabrics in the sun for about three hours. Machine-wash whites with chlorine bleach, soak colored fabrics in liquid non-chlorine bleach, and then rinse and launder. To remove mildew from painted walls, mix 3/4 of a cup of bleach with one gallon of water, and apply on the walls using a soft scrub brush. Rinse with clear water after 15 minutes, and dry thoroughly with a fan.
Remove mildew from books and papers by drying them first in the sun or under a fan. Use a soft cloth dipped in either regular soap solution, chlorine bleach or vinegar, and wipe gently. Repeat the process with another cloth dipped in clear water to sponge up the chlorine or vinegar, and then pat or fan-dry the pages. For plants, mix one tablespoon of baking soda to one gallon of water, with a teaspoon of vegetable oil and two drops of liquid soap. Spray the affected areas with the solution, and repeat as necessary.