How to Remove Mildew

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Acrylic generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

If the garment is washable, launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Avoid cleaning acrylic with laundry products containing enzymes. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

Launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

Launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

Launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.

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Nylon generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

If the garment is washable, launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness. If the garment is washable, follow the instructions below.

Launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair.

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Rayon generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

If the garment is washable, launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Silk generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

If the garment is washable, launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Avoid cleaning silk with laundry products containing enzymes. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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Wool generally should be dry cleaned. Always follow garment label instructions when pretreating and laundering your clothes. For colored garments, test an inside seam for colorfastness.

If the garment is washable, launder stain with Purex® detergent, 20 Mule Team Borax, and bleach if recommended for garment. If stain remains, sponge stain with hydrogen peroxide and relaunder. Dry in sunlight. Avoid cleaning wool with laundry products containing enzymes. Note: Some badly mildewed fabrics may be damaged beyond repair. If dry clean only, take it to the dry cleaner for stain removal.

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