Before you begin, you’ll want to have a good commercial mold cleaner or a DIY mold cleaner on hand to get things started. If you don’t want to make the trip to your local auto shop, you can make a cleaner designed for removing mold in car interiors at home by mixing white vinegar, hot water, and baking soda mix. Another option could be to combine one part water and one part color-safe bleach but be careful and test a small amount at first to ensure the fabric color or finish does not get ruined. Once you have the right cleaner ready, gather the rest of the following car mold removal items:
Follow these steps for effective car mold removal:
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