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Killing Mold in Homemade Wrinkle Releaser?

Could alcohol or vinegar be added to homemade wrinkle releaser to kill mold in it?

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June 16, 20161 found this helpful

Try adding grapefruit seed extract (GSE) to the water in the ratio of 10 drops of GSE per cup of water. You do not need to rinse the solution away afterwards. The GSE solution in the spray bottle will remain potent for a long time and can be reused again and again as GSE has a long shelf life. GSE kills mold naturally as the citric acid from the grapefruit attacks mold. GSE also disinfects and deodorizes as well. You can buy GSE from most health food stores and online.

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