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Old 08-19-2013, 10:40 AM   #1
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Black mold spots on vinyl window moldings

Hello from South Carolina !!!

I'm looking for a good solution for cleaning the black mold spots from around vinyl window moldings. We've tried all kinds of products but no success yet.
Please let me know if someone knows a good product that will do the job.

Thanks a bunch....
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Hello from South Carolina !!!

I'm looking for a good solution for cleaning the black mold spots from around vinyl window moldings. We've tried all kinds of products but no success yet.
Please let me know if someone knows a good product that will do the job.

Thanks a bunch....
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We have had amazing success with the new "cleaning eraser" products.
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Original

You can get them from the grocery store, dollar stores and Home Depot even has their own version.

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X2 greezykid. I always add a few ounces of bleach to my wash bucket, a few ounces of car-wash soap, and about 4G water. Never have had mildew or mold on the vinyl trim or anywhere else since I began that method. I normally wash the RV once a month unless it gets real dirty sooner.
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