Pollen is infiltrating Hampton Roads, a clear sign that the weather is changing and temperatures are getting warmer. With warmer weather there is a higher risk for your clothes to acquire mold or mildew.
Many different fabrics run the risk of growing mildew or mold stains in the hot weather. Cotton, linen, nylon, polyester, acrylics and rayon . . . → Read More: Beware Warm Weather Brings Mold and Mildew
Have you ever pulled an item of clothing out of the back of the closet only to discover mildew? It can happen and sometimes that mildew stain can be difficult to remove. If you are up to the task of attempting to remove the stain yourself, you can try this tip.
Take the item outside and brush . . . → Read More: How To Remove Mildew From Your Clothing
Cotton, linen, nylon, polyester, acrylics and rayon fabrics can all take a beating when exposed to mildew and mold. As seasons change, it is possible to attain mold or mildew on your clothes. The wetness of the rain in the spring and the snow in the winter can cause floods in your home where your clothes may . . . → Read More: Saving Your Clothes from Mildew and Mold Stains