Mix 1 gallon water, 1 cup ammonia, 1/2 cup vinegar and 1/4 cup baking soda to create a mildew remover for patio furniture, painted outdoor surfaces and picnic tables. Create a mixture of 1 gallon water and 2 tablespoons ... More »

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Mildew can attach to clothing and grow, eating away at the fibers. The process for removing mildew requires you to shake out the garment thoroughly, treat the stains and launder the garment. You need liquid detergent, ch... More »

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To remove mold and mildew for good, remedy the poor conditions, take daily precautions, clean the mold and mildew and re-seal problem areas. Consider investing in mildew-resistant laminate flooring or mildew-resistant pa... 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 »

Methods to remove rust include scrubbing the item with a wire brush, cleaning the item with an acidic substance, such as lemon juice or vinegar, scrubbing the item with baking soda, or applying commercial rust remover to... More »

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Castile soap, baking soda, vinegar and water are cleaners that remove dirt and grime from most surfaces in just a few moments. A bucket or sink, microfiber cloths and a clean dry cloth, such as a towel, are necessary cle... More »

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Make homemade grease remover by adding 1 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup of vinegar and a 1/4 cup of baking soda to a gallon of water. Mix it well and use a cloth to remove grease. Store it in a clean jug with a lid for later us... More »

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