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Old Posted: 10-10-2010 , 02:37 PM #1
msrecycle
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Default any ideas how to remove MILDEW

hi all

i need to remove mildew from some items which were stored in a shed

have tried bleach, but no good, any good products, or household concoctions?

thanks
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Old Posted: 10-10-2010 , 04:15 PM #2
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hi all

i need to remove mildew from some items which were stored in a shed

have tried bleach, but no good, any good products, or household concoctions?

thanks
Hi msrecycle,

A Google search will produce results like this:

http://www.diylife.com/2008/03/31/mi...ric-of-mildew/

Also, mildew is a type of mould so the following thread may be of some use/interest:

http://www.jumbletown.ie/forums/showthread.php?t=34666

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Old Posted: 06-01-2011 , 11:41 PM #3
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Might be a bit late now, just seeing this post. But Dettol mould and mildew remover works great.
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Old Posted: 06-01-2011 , 11:44 PM #4
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yeah

i think i need to spend more time in that aisle in the supermarket, but impossible when toddlers are trying to unscrew the tops!!!

thanks for the tip though and i will have a look at it
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Old Posted: 07-01-2011 , 12:13 AM #5
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Mix a paste of breadsoda and white vinegar and get an old brush and scrub them all over and leave to dry. Then rinse off with warm soapy wateq. Wise old owl
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