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    Default Help me get these black spots out

    Hi everyone, i am not sure if this is the right place to post this.

    But i am needing some help on how to get these black mould looking spots out of my pram.

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    I have tried washing it on warm with vinger and bicarb soda
    I have tried rubbing Bicarb and vinger on it.
    I have tried salt mixed with fresh lemon juice and still now of it works.

    Any help would be fantastic.
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    Default Help me get these black spots out

    Very Hot water and sun light are good for cleaning mould on clothing, wash and then dry completely in the sun.

    Not sure how this would work on that fabric but it might be worth a try. I have had stains exactly like that before that never came out no matter what though.

    You could also (if you are not opposed to paying) take it to a car wash/detail place. I know the guys at my local shopping centre will clean prams and car seats also.

    Best of luck

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    you have tryed everything i can think of that i would try ..... mould/mildew spots are hard/near impossible to remove

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    I would do a soak in a product called rockin' green. Magic stuff. Followed by a couple of days in the sun. Has worked for me with similar stains.

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    Default Help me get these black spots out

    Soak with some Milton solution tablets. Works wonders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsmamma View Post
    I would do a soak in a product called rockin' green. Magic stuff. Followed by a couple of days in the sun. Has worked for me with similar stains.
    i kind of have to disagree i dont think rockin green would work on this . buti guess op could try (if the stained area is removale and able to be soaked) ......

    but to be honest if the stained fabric is removable id soak it in nappy san before trying rockin green ( unless op has RnG at home already ...since it is a bit costly to buy )

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    Default Help me get these black spots out

    I'd dab on exit mould.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katybobady View Post
    Soak with some Milton solution tablets. Works wonders.
    do u think milton would strip the colour tho since its bleach based ?

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    Default Help me get these black spots out

    Not sure? I soaked one of hubby's shirts that got a mildew stain (it was a light yellow colour) and it didn't seem to strip the colour.

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    Thanks for your replies everyone, It is removeable. I did a boiiling hot wash with vinger and bi-carb and it has lightly faded them. I will try some of the other things that have been said. We don't buy nappy san as it never seems to work for us. even for soaking over night. Ill will let you all know how i go


 

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