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To remove mold from wood, select a cleaning solution, put on protective gear, scrub the wood and then let it dry. The required materials include a cleaner, rag, protective gear and possibly sandpaper. The cleaning time v... More »

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The best way to remove mold from wood is washing with a mixture of soap, chlorine bleach and water, according to the University of Tennessee. Increasing ventilation helps to lower humidity and keep wood dry, preventing n... More »

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Remove mold from untreated wood by mixing a solution of chlorine bleach, liquid dish detergent and water. Scrub the wood with this solution, and rinse it thoroughly. Repeat until the mold stains are removed. More »

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