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    How to remove Mildew stains from clothing??

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    Ok, so my dh put wet clothes in the hamper and I found a few mildewed (is that a word) clothing. Is there a way to get the stains out of colored clothing?

    Thanks ladies.

    These are new shirts and I really dont want to toss them.
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    Try to soak the clothing in warm, soapy water and borax. If that still doesn't produce results, combine 1/4 teaspoon of bleach for colored clothing (oxygen, not chlorine bleach) and 1/4 cup of three-percent hydrogen peroxide (the kind used for medicinal purposes, not for bleaching hair). With a clean cloth, gently rub the stain until it's gone. Launder the garment and dry in the sun if possible.


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    thank you SO much
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