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Old 03-02-2016, 03:07 PM   #1
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Mold help

We have a rub rail going down both sides of the camper. It was originally white, it is covered with what appears to be mold. Lots of blackish/brown patches. I tried spraying it with a bleach/water solution, letting it sit a bit then scrubbing with a brush. It helped a bit but not the result I was hoping for.

Does anybody have any other tips/tricks/ideas/products etc?

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Go to the paint dept at Home Depot or Lowes and buy a bottle of spray Mold Amour. Spray it on, wait ten minutes... Hose it off. You will be amazed! It will not hurt anything else either.
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Go to the paint dept at Home Depot or Lowes and buy a bottle of spray Mold Amour. Spray it on, wait ten minutes... Hose it off. You will be amazed! It will not hurt anything else either.
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I picked up a bottle of Mold Armor at Home Depot and I have to say, that stuff is amazing. It just melts mold on contact. It wasn't very pricey either. Thanks for the recommendation.
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