If the fabric is not dried or stored in a damp environm […]
If the fabric is not dried or stored in a damp environment, it is prone to mildew, which is more common in the south wind. The mildew on the fabric is caused by the breeding of bacteria in the damp environment. If these mildew spots are not treated in time, it will not only affect the fabric. It is beautiful and will harm the human body, so removing mildew becomes extremely important
How to remove mildew on the fabric?
The easiest way is to renew the fabric and dry the moldy side in a sunny environment. When the bacteria are killed by the sun, the mold will disappear naturally, but there is a great way to remove the spots. On the one hand, it must be sunny. On the other hand, if the clothing fabric is not allowed to be damaged by long-term exposure, it is easy to cause the fabric to deteriorate and turn yellow.
Of course, alcohol can also be used to remove mildew on the fabric. After the fabric is washed, you can spray 75% alcohol. After the fabric is dried, the mildew will naturally be removed, but you should pay attention to drying in an environment without a source of fire.
If white vinegar is available, it can also be used to remove mildew. Soak the moldy fabric in a mixed solution of white vinegar and milk, gently scrub and leave it for a while, and then wash it normally to remove the mildew.
If you find it troublesome, you can buy a mildew-removing detergent directly online. It is simple and rude and has a good effect, but you must see that it can be used on colored fabrics and do not cause the fabric to fade.
Of course, different fabrics have different ways to remove mildew. Fabrics such as pure wool and silk are best taken to a dry cleaner to remove spots. Cotton or other chemical fiber fabrics have basically the same method of removing spots.