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How frustrating is it when you pull out your summer wardrobe or outdoor cushion covers to discover patches of mould? Not only is it unsightly, but mould can also cause a range of allergic reactions.

Unfortunately, drying your clothes in the sun will kill mould spores, but it won’t help with the stains. Before you delegate that once-lovely fabric to the rag pile however, here are a few stain-removal methods to try. Always check the label first as delicate fabrics can easily be damaged.

Adding bleach to your wash, or soaking in bleach is one option, but if you’re keen to avoid chemicals, mouldcleaningaustralia.com.au reocmmends vinegar and baking soda as a mould stain remover and as a way to get rid of a mildew smell.

It said to mix two parts baking soda to one part of white vinegar, then add to a bucket of hot water to soak the clothes before washing them.

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