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Old 03-22-2010, 07:32 AM   #1
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Gaucho mold

Spent weekend trying to clean interior of AS. Eight years of mold and stuff was not fun. Simple green did a great job on first attack. Removed gaucho cushion off of front gaucho. When I turned it over I noticed a black area about the size of a "butt impression". Nose test....eeewww...confirmed mold. First instinct was to spray with bleach, but do not want to damage or bleach out the yellow cushion fabric. Any non-bleaching suggestions? Have access to a steamer and good ole Georgia sunlight. Thanks. Jack
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