I moved into a rental house, and had not yet unpacked 90% of my boxes. I found mold, removed my stuff and moved out in only one week. I did not do any testing, so I do not know what types of mold were present. I am trying to find out what, if anything, needs to be cleaned? I do not want to succumb to "mold paranoia," it was only one week. But already having chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia is putting me on high alert, so I do want to be responsible and careful. Details: Mold was in a laundry room next to a bedroom. Any concerns for the mattress in that adjoining bedroom? Just wash the bedding? Mold was also found on the inside of a closet wall in a different bedroom--about 8 sq ft of medium density mold on the closet overhang--so it was significant. I had placed a few things in this closet--an *open* banker's box of important papers, some clothes, shoes, etc. And I put bedroom furniture, and mostly, closed boxes in that same room. Of course, mold did not have a chance to grow on my items. Also, I believe that mold is not particularly sneaky; it does not infest your boxes and objects by crawling into cracks, like a bug might. But, after bringing my goods in, I did run the air co and every single ceiling fan in the house at high speed for a long time to air out the house. Presumably, then, I could have stirred up a bunch of mold spores, and I would not know where they landed, since the spores are evidently invisible. It was only one week, nonetheless do I need to wipe down all the furniture, wash clothes from half-opened boxes, worry about kitchen items or clothes in boxes that weren't fully taped and sealed? What about the shoes and open, important papers in the affected closet? Do I need to vacuum them all? Ugh, do I need to buy an expensive HEPA vacuum now that I cannot afford? (I *really* don't feel like vacuuming a box of papers page by page, and wiping off hundreds of boxes, after having only been in there just a week--it sounds exhausting and I want to conserve my energy.) I am moving to a smaller place now, and will sell some of furniture. And of course, I want to make sure it is clean and usable before posting it on Craigslist. If I do need to do any cleaning, is there a difference in my approach to items that were in the room that had significant mold on the closet, versus items, say, in the family room or kitchen? Lastly, will I be bringing mold spores into my new, clean space, when I move everything again? This is really turning into a can of worms. I want to be reasonable; but I also want to protect my health--which seems too fragile now. Thanks for your input!!!