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Old March 18th, 2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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Default Mold!!.... Mold everywhere!!!

alright well another post hoping for some knowledge.

so in the attempt to buy a 88 dodge raider.. engine problems yes but that is another post :P

but my question this time is that...

the raider has mold growing.. so the question is how do i get rid of it with out replacing every thing in the car. if i may add is the entire front of the car. (dash, steering wheel, center console, seats, carpet.)

get back to me asap please and thank you
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Old March 18th, 2013, 04:46 PM   #2
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Old March 18th, 2013, 04:49 PM   #3
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Scrap yards don't check for mold.
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Google it. There are better ways than bleach.
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DONT USE BLEACH!!

DONT USE BLEACH!!

Bleach donest kill all the mold and the left over mold will grow stronger and become alot harder to get rid of.

You need to use an anti-microbial cleaner. It litterally eat the bleach and most of the one i have seen left trace after that helps prevent mold groth if the area gets wet again.
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DONT USE BLEACH!!

DONT USE BLEACH!!

Bleach donest kill all the mold and the left over mold will grow stronger and become alot harder to get rid of.

You need to use an anti-microbial cleaner. It litterally eat the bleach and most of the one i have seen left trace after that helps prevent mold groth if the area gets wet again.
Bleach most certainly kills mold, bleach is an oxidizer. Bleach is perfectly acceptable on hard surfaces.
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