In the beginning, I was so hyper-reactive to all mold that my immune system didn't have the give to wait for things to decontaminate. If I got slammed by a biotoxin that was really bad for me, it was almost always better to toss contaminated items and begin again. I did my best to stay away from "civilidevastation" as much as possible, but did end up having to throw things away a lot. As time went on and my skills got better, I got much better and detecting my worst biotoxins before they really contaminated my stuff. Now, after about a year and a half of mold avoidance, I rarely have to throw anything away.
Below is a list of the items I started with. It is really minimalist. But it kept my work load down and my expenses down as well. I completely washed my Subaru every single day during the first month. I hung my laundry to dry from the cargo rack on top.
My supplies at this point (as best I can remember) when I was in the very beginning of pursuing mold avoidance: