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Anti Skid Mould

I have a grp production boat that appears to have had a large flock, herd or something of mould spores dropped on the deck from somewhere. The boat develops little specks of mould in the antiskid. They scrub off fine but obviously need some sort of mould killser or some such thing to get rid of it permanently.

The rest of the boat is fine although the teak took some serious cleaning

Does anyone else have any suggestions as to something that is safe to use
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A mild bleach solution or vinegar can be used to kill it off and help prevent its return. There is also a new spray that is from 3M that is designed to prevent mold from growing on surfaces.

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