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Old 05-24-2013
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Re: Mildew

mold is toxic and causes respiratory distresses and coughs and nausea..yes mold is toxic. it is also easily cleaned with vinegar, screw the other expensive crap that has a regrowth situation after use due to lack of treatment of the spores. vinegar changes the p\h of the environment so it cannot regrow nearly as fast. try it and smile. it WORKS....nothing else did..lol...

but you guys need to learn the hard way about the value of vinegar, so use the bs you buy in stores, as you wont use the vinegar....lol...is what was used for decades before th e invention of bs substances that do not work a swell as does vinegar.

no. it doesnt leave a stink in the boat, silly.


and make sure you do not close boat up so there is no ventilation...another silly move. unless you have air conditioning, inwhich case, leave a small opening on opposite side/end of boat from air conditioning unit.....
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