How do I remove mold from inside a g1?

MissAprilShowers

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I noticed my Fancy Flower had something off about her so i wanted to investigate. I took her head off and had a nasty surprise. Shes got mold inside of her! :surprisepony:
Anyone know how to kill it? I want to save this poor girl!
 

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Hmm... Maybe try this site! I heard boiling Oxyclean/bleach baths may work for severe rust, so maybe its worth a shot?
 

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Yup, an Oxiclean bath is the way to go! In fact, I recommend filling her legs (and head if there is mildew inside) with OxiClean and then pouring boiling water over her—enough to submerge her. Give her about 5 to 10 minutes and then clean her out. If needed, you can repeat the process. I cleaned out a pony filled with mildew this way and none remains. Be sure you let her dry thoroughly before putting her head back on.
 

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What @Larkspur said. I usually leave ponies apart for a couple of days just to full dry them. I found that sometimes a bit of water can hide in small spaces (hooves and tiny moulded details). But I am at times overly paranoid when cleaning gross ponies. ;p
 

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Yup. I agree with the above. I cleaned out a moldy Mimic with oxiclean and hot water. Use a toothbrush, or other small brush, to scrub all the inside areas.
 

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What a What about cleaning her with vinegar clean mold and rest and I can't use oxiclean I have a mouldy blossom I was just going soak her in vinegar for a hour and rinse her off
 

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I’ve never used vinegar to clean mold, but it’s worth a try. It certainly kills everything. I just don’t know how it would interact with the pony’s vinyl. Try it with a bait pony first.
 
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