How Do I Remove Mould from Wallpaper?

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To remove mould from wallpaper, use a home-made mould solution (add 1¼ cups chlorine bleach into a bucket of warm water) and detergent solution (dissolve I cup of non-ammonia detergent in a bucket). To remove the moulds, apply chlorine solution and gently scrub off with a brush or a rag, rinse off using the soap and then dry the wall paper. Finally, dry the wall paper and tidy up the room.
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A homemade cleaning solution is both safe for you and the environment and is your best bet for removing the mold without damaging the wallpaper
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