Remove Mildew Smell From Fabric?

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To remove the mildew smell from fabric you will need newspaper, vinegar, baking soda, ammonia, borax, cotton balls, and vanilla. Use the newspaper to wrap the item for a couple of days and wash as normal. Use 1 cup of vinegar in the wash cycle. 1 cup of baking soda can be used instead. Ammonia can also be substituted at 1 cup and dry the clothes immediately after. A final solution is to use borax and vinegar during the wash cycle. Dry the clothing and put in a plastic bag with cotton balls that have been dipped in vanilla.
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1. Wrap newspaper around the fabric permeating the foul smell and set aside for at least two days. The smell will absorb into the newspaper. Wash and dry as usual. 2. Wash the fabric
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1. Make a solution of 2 cups of borax dissolved in 2 litres / 2 quarts of hot water. Ad. 2. Soak clothing in the solution. If the clothing cannot be washed in hot water, wait until
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try spraying clorox bleach on the mildew or mold and wait overnite to clean and wash.Answer Lemon Juice and a tooth brush to open the pores of the fabric, with dial bath soap then
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My Laundry Question. My mildew is on the fabric side of a leather handle. on a leather handbag - - so washing is not an option - - what would you suggest. Share a Little Background
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