Wash your moldy clothes with very hot water and laundry detergent. Hot water will kill mold spores, and laundry detergent will remove any musty smells. Since mold stains are hard to remove, you should also pre-soak your stained garment before washing it.
Add baking soda to your wash cycle. Baking soda is a natural deodorizer that can help remove musty smells from your clothes. Add half a cup of baking soda to your wash cycle, along with your regular detergent.
Apply a mold stain remover like bleach, although you need to read your clothes’ labels first to make sure bleach can be used. Add the laundry and detergent to the machine, then start a normal cycle. Pause the cycle when the washer has filled with water, then add a cup of bleach and resume the wash. Alternatively, soak the clothes in a solution of one cup of bleach and two gallons of hot water for at least one hour.
Instead of bleach, you can use vinegar, baking soda, borax, or ammonia in a similar way. Start a wash cycle with your laundry and detergent, then add a cup of the product you prefer. Stop the cycle when the clothes have become soaked and wait at least one hour before you turn it back on. Pausing the cycle while the clothes are wet will allow the chosen product to fight the mold. DO NOT mix ammonia with bleach, as it can create poisonous fumes that are dangerous when breathed in.
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