By Melissa from CA
I would think that a good cleaning with full strength distilled vinegar will work but if it's on the seat and you think the mold has seeped in to the seat I would replace or completely reupholster the seat portion because it's not worth taking the chance of having your daughter's tender lungs damaged by the mold.
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