How to remove mould from fabric in 9 steps

Mould growth releases harmful spores into the air
Mould growth releases harmful spores into the air (Image credit: Getty Images)

It is important to know how to remove mould from fabric, because mould and dirt, if left unattended and unchecked, can cause serious damage to curtains, tapestries, and other furnishings, all while compromising air quality.

Mould growth also releases harmful spores into the air which can pose a significant risk to the respiratory health of occupants, while also creating unpleasant odours and staining materials.

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