Instruction
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If the mold appeared on white linen, wool or cotton fabrics, it is best to remove it with laundry soap or Novosti powder. To do this, soak the item in soapy water, then wash. After washing, bleach the product with hydrogen peroxide. For one liter of water, add one tablespoon of peroxide. For these purposes, ammonia is also perfect. The ratio of the components will be slightly different: a teaspoon of ammonia in a glass of water.
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Another easy way to remove mildew stains on cotton. Grind dry chalk. Coat the stain with a thin layer. Blotting paper must be placed on top of it. Then, several times in a row, you need to hold the spot with a warm iron. The stain should disappear.
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If stains appear on silk or wool fabrics that are not washable, they can be removed with turpentine. Dampen a cotton swab in turpentine copiously, clean the stain with it. After that, cover it with a thin layer of dry clay. Then you need to repeat the same steps as in the second step. Namely, iron fabric through blotting paper. If the fabric is white , then after Soak these procedures with hydrogen peroxide, then rinse the product in warm water.
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If mold has affected colored and dyed fabrics, then they must be treated with ammonia. However, it is worth noting that it can change the colors of some tissues. Therefore, before use, check how the fabric will react to ammonia in a separate piece or just in an inconspicuous place.
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Naturally, fresh mold spots are the easiest to remove. To do this, you need onion juice or regular yogurt. Wipe the stain with them several times. After this treatment, you will need to wash the product in hot water.