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Re: Do liner boats get mold in between the liner and the hull?

Mainesail: I'm sure you must have some good examples of this happening, is this a chronic issue for boats with liners/how is it dealt with?

Huck, I'm not sure how well it works but the concorbium mold treatment stuff is supposed to be a surface coating that encapsulates the mold as best as I can tell from digging around their product nonsense about "crushing" mold. The main advantages I see with it is that it seems that it creates a layer that stops mold growing, rather than just killing it once as bleach does.

Minniewaska: That was the basis for my question, how the heck would you get to mold in between the hull and liner if it started growing there? cleaning my hull has been aggravating enough

FBK: I thought those were supposed to be bad for you? Someone warned me off using them, it seemed otherwise like a fairly logical approach, I was planning to chuck them in various lockers.
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