Where is your Mold?

How to Remove Mold on Fabric

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Mold and mildew can grow on water-affected fabric and can be difficult to remove.

Use Concrobium Mold Control to safely eliminate mold on clothing, upholstery, vinyl, leather and many other fabrics without any bleach or discolouring.

    Solution :

Fabric

Concrobium Mold Control will not discolour any hard or fabric surface but it is recommended that you test on an inconspicuous area first. Then take the following steps to proceed:

  1. Apply a thin, even coating of Concrobium Mold Control to the affected fabric surface
  2. Allow to dry. As it dries, Concrobium Mold Control physically crushes the mold spores at the root, eliminating the existing mold.
  3. If needed, use a Concrobium dampened cloth or brush to wipe away any residual mold staining from the surface
  4. As fabric and upholstery are prone to collecting dirt and moisture, re-apply a thin coating of the product to the affected surface to ensure continuous prevention against mold and mildew growth

Have a room where all the furniture and upholstery smells musty?  Try fogging Concrobium Mold Control in the room to eliminate mold and mildew smells immediately.

Testimonials

  • Did you leave a wet towel in a gym bag too long? If it has taken on a musty, earthy smell it could have mold growing on it. Try spraying down the towel with Concrobium Mold Control, allowing to dry, and then laundering. ”

    — J.B, Ontario