Mold on Decorative Pillow

I have a problem. I have a small decorative pillow that has mold on it and I would like to get it out. What should I do? Please help..
Karen from Hanover

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October 22, 20040 found this helpful

In another post on this board, Patsy Johnson suggests using "1 cup baking soda, 1 cup white vinegar along with your detergent" to remove a mold stain from a white shirt. Perhaps this could be helpful in remove the mold from your decorative pillow.

In a similar post, Susan suggests, "If they are not color safe or are synthetic fabrics, use an oxygen fabric bleach (oxiclean type) and some borax. In either case, lay them flat in the the sun if possible. It helps kill the mildew."

Searching ThriftyFun's archives may find more suggestions for you.

Good luck!

Kathy

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