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    I lived in tropical north Queensland for 4 years while my kids were babies, and was constantly getting mould of prams, walkers etc. I used to fill a spray bottle with half bleach/half water. I used to put the pram on the grass, and just soak the area with the spray. Every time I thought of it, I would soak it again, every hour or so. Eventually the mould would just disappear. Then I would give it a good soapy wash, and leave in the sun to dry. Worked everytime, and I never had anything fade or lose colour, even the brightest of fabrics

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    What do I do with it? Just put it on?

    I have used this before. I put a bit in a spray bottle and diluted it with water. Can't remember how much of each I used though..

    Sunlight should kill the mould spores also.

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    oh thank GOD!
    friends gave us their old pram a couple of years ago as a joke/hint ('c'mon then, your turn' type thing) and its been sitting in a cupboard & gotten a bit mouldy :/
    i wanted to find out if it was ok to clean it up but too chicken to ask in case it provoked a barrage of 'ohmygodicantbelieveyouwouldputyourbabyinanoldpram thathadmouldonityoueviltightwad' type rage from the yummy mummy nazis with their brand spanking new everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollermama View Post
    oh thank GOD!
    friends gave us their old pram a couple of years ago as a joke/hint ('c'mon then, your turn' type thing) and its been sitting in a cupboard & gotten a bit mouldy :/
    i wanted to find out if it was ok to clean it up but too chicken to ask in case it provoked a barrage of 'ohmygodicantbelieveyouwouldputyourbabyinanoldpram thathadmouldonityoueviltightwad' type rage from the yummy mummy nazis with their brand spanking new everything.
    Bahahaha!! I feared this too. But my motivation to demould the pram was greater than my fear.


 

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