To get black mold off drywall, use a soft brush to scrub the stains with a mixture of water and bleach until the spots are gone. Vacuum up any mold that may have fallen on the floor, and eliminate all excess moisture fro... More »

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Surface mold on drywall can be removed with cleaning solutions, such as hydrogen peroxide, and stain killing primer and paint. The process of treating and painting the affected area can take several days to complete and ... More »

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Remove black mold by placing the fabric in sunlight for several hours. Soak the fabric in a solution of vinegar and water, and then cover the mold with a baking soda paste. Allow the fabric to dry before washing. More »

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To clean moss stains from an asphalt shingle roof, use a brush to scrape the moss off of the shingles, and then spray the roof with a mixture of half water and half bleach. Avoid using a pressure washer to apply the mixt... More »

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To get motor oil stains out of clothes, pretreat oily spots then wash the clothes in the hottest water the fabric will tolerate. The care tag provides water temperature information. More »

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Good Housekeeping recommends attacking old stains using a mixture of a few drops of a mild dishwashing detergent dissolved in water. It suggests placing the detergent solution in a spray bottle. The instructions are to s... More »

To remove water stains on upholstery, vacuum the upholstery, spray it with a mixture of distilled water and distilled vinegar, blot the stain and dry the area using a hair dryer. Vacuuming the upholstery before cleaning ... More »

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