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Old 11-02-2019, 09:49 PM   #1
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Black mold behind tub - shower

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I had to remove the tub-shower and surrounding walls to remove the black mold growing. OK now I'm not a carpenter. I started this project back in June got all the black mold out Got one well up two walls up, Insulation already put up 3rd wall up I'm thinking I need to put something over this imitation paneling so if its gets wet the mold won't come back any suggestions.
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Consider using https://www.concrobium.com/
It eliminates mold and creates a barrier to prevent mold from regrowing. We used it in a rental house about 10 years ago and it is still clear of mold. Another brand is Moldex,however I have no experience with that brand.
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I will try Concrobium and see how that works. Thank you very much.
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