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Jbsny
Reg. Apr 2004
Posted 2019-11-21 12:21 PM (#172840)
Subject: Mold on trailer


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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?
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DLR
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2019-11-22 2:41 AM (#172841 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer


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We used a product called "Wet & Forget"  I think the mix was 5 to 1 with water.  Sprayed on and mold was gone the next day.  No scrubbing.  
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cajunmuleman
Reg. Oct 2011
Posted 2019-11-22 3:08 PM (#172842 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer



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I agree with DLR. I have used Wet & Forget on various surfaces and always has good luck. ( P.S. I also use the one made for the shower in both my home and my trailer )
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Jbsny
Reg. Apr 2004
Posted 2019-11-22 5:31 PM (#172843 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer


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 Thanks, will pick some up tomorrow.  I like it's good for a year.  The stuff I am trying to eliminate is artillery fungus. Did some research to find out what this stuff is.
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galarian
Reg. Dec 2019
Posted 2019-12-05 9:19 PM (#172878 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer


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I once tried scrubbing molds and I just scratch my paint off.
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Jeff_V
Reg. Nov 2019
Posted 2019-12-09 11:06 PM (#172891 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer


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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.
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nomatt
Reg. Jan 2018
Posted 2019-12-18 7:12 AM (#172913 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer


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Diluted bleach works well also in removing mold.
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Daniel-J
Reg. Feb 2020
Posted 2020-02-12 11:55 PM (#172967 - in reply to #172840)
Subject: RE: Mold on trailer



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Used the same method as DLR, helped me.
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