Remove mildew from clothes by brushing off as much of the mold as possible and then washing the clothes in soap and water. Use bleach or a lemon juice and salt mixture on any remaining mildew stains until they are gone. More »

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Remove mildew stains from clothes by shaking the items outside, pretreating the stains with detergent and then soaking them in the washing machine in a bleach solution for eight hours in the hottest water recommended for... More »

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Mildew odors can be removed from clothing by machine washing the garments with vinegar in place of regular laundry detergent. Mildew odors can also be eliminated by machine washing clothes with regular laundry detergent ... More »

To remove mildew and mold from a bathroom tub, create a baking soda and bleach paste, spread onto the caulk, cover with plastic wrap, allow the paste to sit for a few hours, and then clean off the residue with water. Oth... More »

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One way to remove rust stains from clothing is to thoroughly saturate the rust stain with mild dish soap and water, then blot the rust away with a clean white cloth. Remove any additional rust stains with a mild mixture ... More »

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The best way to remove mold from clothing is to brush off as much as possible before laundering and then hanging in the sun to dry, according to Barbara Dahl, University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service family e... More »

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To remove mold from a leather jacket, begin by allowing the jacket to dry away from humidity, then wipe away mold using a damp cloth, allow the leather to dry again, and cleanse it with a mild baby soap. To prevent futur... More »

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