Vinegar kills mold and mildew without introducing the artificial chemicals that comprise household cleansers. The acetic acid inside vinegar is fatal for just about all plants with which it comes in contact, so putting w... More »

Kill black mold with vinegar by applying the vinegar directly to the mold. Also, mix vinegar with other cleaning products to remove the mold, if necessary. More »

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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 pr... More »

According to the Lysol website, Lysol Disinfectant Spray kills 99.9 percent of mold and mildew. It also kills most odor-causing bacteria, bacteria on surfaces and viruses. More »

Household bleach, ammonia, vinegar, baking soda or strong commercial cleaners remove mildew and mold growing in the grout of kitchen, floor and bathroom tiles. The choice of cleaning agent depends on the type of tile and... More »

Natural cleansers do not have chemicals or other toxic substances to harm people or the environment, are effective, leave a fresh scent, and can be easily made at home. Besides water, some of the most common natural clea... More »

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Vinegar is a natural and effective way to remove mold. A five-percent solution of vinegar, which can be bought in most supermarkets, can kill up to 82 percent of mold. More »

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