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I know this topic has come up before and I have done some searches on it here but didn't really get a clear answer from it, so I am starting a new mildew thread.
I went to see my boat yesterday, the first time in a long time because of business commitments, it was a great day! The boat is older and lets a little water in over time, so the bilge had maybe 2 inches of water and needed to be pumped out, not bad for as long as it has been sitting alone. The trouble is, adequate ventilation is not going to cure this problem, and it isn't enough bilge water to effectively use a pump to periodically get rid of it (as far as I know). So unless I want to rebuild the boat to stop it, I am pretty much stuck with a small amount of bilge water - even when I do pump it out I am not able to get all of it, just most of it.
So the question is, what do I do about the mildew that grows in the boat when I really can't do much about the water ? Do I have to live with it ?
What are you pretending not to know ?
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