If you feel your mould problem is going to be a little tougher to tackle, Curtain rod wholesale wholesaler gives a number of solutions or products that can be used prior to putting your curtains in the machine wash. Be sure to spot test any product prior to use.
Saturate the affected area with lemon juice, then cover the area with salt. Using a soft cloth work the solution into the area, then rinse thoroughly before washing.
If your curtains are light in colour you may be able to use oxygen bleach to remove mould spots. Either soak your curtains in a mild bleach solution overnight or add a bleach solution to your washing machine. Always follow the directions listed on harsh chemical products such as bleach and perform a spot test prior to treating your curtains.
Commercial anti-mould products
If you have tried everything mentioned above with no success then there are a number of products specifically designed to treat mould on your curtains. Be aware that such products will contain harsh chemicals to ensure you stick to the manufacturer's directions at all times.
Removing mould from blinds
The process of removing mould from blinds is very similar to how you would treat your curtains. Treating blinds can often be easier as you can simply unclip vertical blinds from their slats and treat them one by one.
Start by vacuuming or brushing the blinds with a soft brush to remove any dry mould. Then make up a mild solution using detergent, lemon juice with salt, or bleach (if your blinds are light in colour). Using a soft cloth, gently wipe down each blind with your chosen solution. Leave for a few minutes before wiping the solution away with a clean cloth and water.
For more stubborn areas you may need to repeat this process a number of times. Try to avoid saturating the blinds whilst cleaning or applying too much pressure as this could damage the material.
Once finished, hang the blinds on a washing line to air dry.
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