Answer: You didn't describe the bugs, so I don't know how to guide you. Houseplants can be plagued by aphids, whiteflies, mealybugs and spider mites, among other pests. Your first line of defense is probably to wash the plant off with tepid water. This should dislodge most of the insects and send them down the drain. Be sure to wash both upper and lower leaf surfaces, and all of the stems, too.
If mold is growing in the soil, scrape it away, then place a layer of decorative rock over the top of the soil. Molds floating around in the air can find pleasant homes on the surface of moist soil. By placing a barrier between the soil and the surrounding air, you'll discourage mold growth.
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