How to remove mold from clothes and walls

Mold is unpleasant, both by appearance and by the harmful effects it has on health. Babies and children should not sit in a room that is affected by mold, because it can cause severe allergies and even asthma. Here are two simple and inexpensive ways to get rid of mold: vinegar and baking soda.

To prepare a vinegar solution to remove mold you should also use water. Experts believe that the solution works best if the affected  wall is sprayed with a solution of vinegar mixed with water; leave a few hours and then remove the mold with a brush (you must cover your nose and mouth with a special mask) or with a damp cloth. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar, though  is less powerful than chlorine or other detergent, add a few drops of essential oil. Studies show that 82% of vinegar destroys mold spores, viruses and bacteria. Vinegar prevents its recurrence if it’s sprayed onto the mold area and is left to dry.
Baking soda is another handy ingredient which is useful in removing mildew. It can be used diluted in plain water or in water and vinegar; Spray-problem area, leave a few hours and then wipe with a damp cloth. Baking soda is a natural disinfectant and very mild, so it won’t leave any odor.
After standing for more than half a year folded in the closet, winter clothes get an unpleasant smell and even small stains of mold, if weren’t well ventilated. Mold that appears on clothing is easily recognizable. The stains are gray or even black.

Cleaning solution for mold stains on white clothes
Soak clothes for 2 or 3 hours in cold water with vinegar, then wash clothes and uses a mild softener, to get rid of odor; Apply the solution made of 100 ml and 20 ml of hydrogen peroxide and ammonia leave it a few minutes, then wash clothes and rinse it thoroughly with cold water;
For older mold stains, put 200 ml ammonia directly on the stain and leave it on for 15 minutes, then wash clothes with detergent and water.

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How to remove mold form clothes and walls