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Mildew Clothes

from eHow

How to Get Mildew Out of Colored Clothes

Mildew is a type of mold. It is a living organism, and it grows in places that are damp, humid and warm. Forgetting a wet shirt in the bottom of our beach bag can cause mildew, but during warm, humid weather, so can leaving dry clothes in a laundry basket for too long. To get rid of mildew on color-fast clothing, follow these instructions.

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from stain-removal-101.com

Mildew Stain Removal Guide

Mildew stain removal guide from clothes, upholstery, carpet and hard surfaces, on Stain Removal 101

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from marthastewart.com

Chalk Dehumidifier

Tie sticks of chalk in a pretty ribbon and hang in your closet as a dehumidifier to help protect against mold and mildew.

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For the times when clothes are left in the washing machine, run the washing cycle again using Thieves Household Cleaner. It will clean and sanitise and remove the mildew stink. http://www.wildessentialoils.com.au

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from We Got Real

How to Refresh Stinky Laundry

How to Refresh Stinky Laundry. I know I'm not the only one that has to re-wash clothes that have been forgotten in the washer. - We Got Real

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from Listotic

55 Must-Read Cleaning Tips and Tricks (With Pictures)

Make all purpose cleaners by pouring with equal parts into a spray bottle Clean dirt off your computer and mouse with a little vinegar and a q tip Clean your drains with vinegar and baking soda Wipe away mildew Clean and polish chrome and stainless steel Use as a fruit wash-rinses away germs Erase ballpoint-pen marks Erase crayon marks from clothes Remove stickers and price tags Disinfect cutting boards Restore wood paneling Remove carpet stains Keep car windows frost free…

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Want in on a simple one step solution to three different laundry issues? Cure yourself of moldy smelling clothes from sitting overnight/day, rid your front load washer of that icky mildew smell FOREVER, and fight stains on clothes without a lot of elbow grease! Just add one tablespoon of pine sol to every load of wash. I add mine to the liquid bleach slot and be sure to use their original formula. You can use up to half a cup if your load is heavily soiled. My washer has been smell free…

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from stain-removal-101.com

Mildew Stain Removal Guide

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