Bleach can kill virtually every species of indoor mold that it comes into contact with, along with its spores, leaving a surface sanitized and resistant to future mold growth (moldpedia.com) .
In SWO experiment, Chlorox (original) is able to remove green mold.
How: Pour concentrated chlorox on the affected area and leave it to soak for 30 minutes. After that, rinse it with water.
Hydrogen peroxide kills mold as it is anti-fungal as well as anti-viral and anti-bacterial. Hydrogen peroxide is a good alternative to chlorine bleach because it is safe to use and doesn’t damage the environment, nor does it leave behind toxic residue or produce toxic fumes like chlorine bleach does. You can buy hydrogen peroxide from drug stores for around one dollar for a bottle of 3% concentration. (moldpedia.com)
Hydrogen peroxide kills mold effectively on many materials such as clothes, floors, bathroom fixtures, walls and items such as kitchen appliances. Since hydrogen peroxide is a bleaching agent it may also help fade the stain mold leaves behind. Spot test hydrogen peroxide on the material you’re going to be cleaning to make sure it won’t fade the material’s colors. (moldpedia.com)
In SWO experiment, Hydrogen Peroxide is ale to remove green mold and black mold. Besides that, it is able to kill and remove fungi spores.