Vinegar, tea tree oil and vodka are natural solutions for removing mold, according to Huffington Post. Vinegar is a natural antimicrobial substance, whereas tea tree oil is a natural fungicide that also emits a pleasant ... More »

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Use Kilz primers after removing mold and mildew using a solution of bleach and water or a mold-killing cleaner and allowing the surface to dry. Painting over mold or mildew without removing it is a temporary measure at b... More »

Some tips for mold removal include removing the moisture in the area, fixing all plumbing leaks, isolating the molded area from the rest of the space, disposing of all moldy porous materials and thoroughly scrubbing mold... More »

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Remove mold from leather by drying the leather item, removing any surface mold, drying the leather item again and cleaning the leather thoroughly with an appropriate cleaning solution. Do not store the item in a dark, hu... More »

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To kill mold with chlorine bleach, make a solution of 3/4 cup of bleach in 1 gallon of warm water. First, clean the area to be treated with household cleaner that contains neither chlorine bleach nor ammonia. More »

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To get rid of mold on windows, a solution of bleach and household cleaners is the best option. It is important to use cleaners without ammonia, as it can react negatively with bleach. More »

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A borax and water solution or undiluted distilled vinegar can be used to kill mold. Borax should be mixed with water in a 1 cup to 1 gallon ratio. More »

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