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Mold can be killed by a number of household treatments, diluted with water:

  • Alcohol
  • Ammonia
  • Bleach
  • Baking soda
  • Cleaning disinfectants, like Lysol
  • White vinegar.
Be aware, though, that these products have the potential to damage the leather. Dilute (50-50) your choice with water and then clean and condition the leather with good commercial leather-care products immediately after using them.
 

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Which is worse, a holster eat up by mold or one with a little smell on it. I've got an idea, if someone comes over just take your shoes off and run around in your socks, they will never notice the holster smell………...:p
 
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