View Full Version : Removing Mold Stains? Any tips
Jul 17, '07, 12:42 PM
I purchased a T1 Superman off Ebay a couple of weeks ago mainly so I could get the original "S" sticker. Upon receipt the figure, it is actually a real nice figure with minimal cape fray, suit is free of any rips or tears. The only flaws are there are some mold/mildew stains on the back of the costume and the cape. Are there any methods out there to remove mold? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Jul 30, '07, 1:12 PM
I've got the same problem with an old robin outfit. Wanted to try watering down some bathroom mildew remover in an out of the way spot but haven't worked up the nerve.
Love to hear if anyone has had any luck in this area myself.
I would try giving it an oxyclean bath myself. Not sure how that would work with the cape, so you might try a mild soap and water dabbing on that first. Don't bring out the big guns until you've tried the small ones first.
Aug 19, '07, 6:15 PM
I have used a very water down, mild dish soap and had pretty good results, I haven't tried it in a long time though since I am now collecting carded stuff.
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