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MOLD REMOVAL #2118868
07/27/16 07:52 AM
07/27/16 07:52 AM
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What is the best/easiest way to remove white fuzzy mold from hard under coating and show quality lacquer painted rocker panels. I let my car set to long above a concrete floor. Me and Clorox don't get along. Thanks in advance.

AJRR

Re: MOLD REMOVAL [Re: AJRR] #2118932
07/27/16 10:28 AM
07/27/16 10:28 AM
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I'd think any decent mold cleaner would work, of course they are all bleach based. Maybe you could use a low pressure power washer. I'd mix water and bleach and spray it with a yard sprayer. If you have issues with bleach wear a mask and wear protective clothing.

Re: MOLD REMOVAL [Re: AJRR] #2119006
07/27/16 11:59 AM
07/27/16 11:59 AM
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marine spray nine works well on mold. i would test it first to make sure it doesn`t hurt the finish. i don`t think it contains bleach but read the label first.

Re: MOLD REMOVAL [Re: AJRR] #2119214
07/27/16 05:18 PM
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Gonna fix up them old cars and ride them into the sun
Re: MOLD REMOVAL [Re: AJRR] #2119645
07/28/16 08:10 AM
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Thanks for all the info.


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