Mold can get anywhere. You might think your home is safe since you don’t have any water damage, but humidity can cause it as well. If you don’t have a home that has good ventilation, you may need to get a dehumidifier.
However, you also have to keep your home clean. If you don’t, you could find it cropping up in unexpected places. For example, if you leave your clothes in the hamper for more than a week, you could see mold growth in your clothing. This can be such a problem that even a regular wash may not get all of the mold out of your fabrics!
DC 911 gives us information on how to prevent mold and kill it if it does grow in your clothes. If you do have mold, you will have to put all of your clothes through the wash. Even if they didn’t come from the hamper or dirty clothes basket, you’ll want to make sure all the spores are killed.
Run all your clothing through the washer, but also include bleach for the whites or vinegar, borax, or baking soda for both whites and colors. If you don’t take care of it immediately, you could be looking at a spreading problem through your home.