Posted 2019-11-21 12:21 PM (#172840) Subject: Mold on trailer
With the drought this year, we had mold form in dots on the sun side of the trailer, I washed the trailer today and it's super hard to get off. I don't want to scratch up my paint, and it seems if it is wet for a long enough time, I can use a soft sponge to get some of it off. It almost looks like barnacles!!! I don't have all day to wet and scrub this off, any suggestions?
Posted 2019-12-09 11:06 PM (#172891 - in reply to #172840) Subject: RE: Mold on trailer
Thanks for advice, DLR. Will try it next time. Would be great to know that before, The weather was really killing me this year. Bought a new dehumidifier and a fan for the house, still could not handle the heat. You know, read some reviews, purchased a dehumidifier from here, "removes up to 70 pints a day", $280. Got it broken next week. Fortunately, they fixed it (They had to for that price). And a fan, ****ty one, too. Buzzing all night but I keep waking up sweaty as hell.