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Old 11-16-2014, 06:46 AM   #43
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Yes it does Bruce. We ended up needing to clean some mold in my son's basement and we used the Concrobium. Black mold gone along with the smell. Just checked it yesterday and the areas we did not use it it came back so I will be buying more and spraying it down. Otherwise, the treated areas look great!

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my converter is part of my circuit board panel, the floor of the left side of the closet is a false removable floor, whoda thunkit
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Wow. Thanks again to all and this is so much work!

The cold and wet has certainly changed my direction in the rebuild. Tarped the roof for now and began hitting the interior. Mouse poop. Pounds of mouse poop. Did find some cool stuff though - like a flare gun! Pretty cool bonus if you ask me. Also got a fogger and mold killer liquid, so once the interior is gutted I will fog it out.

I can't even find the converter wa8yxm, but I'm certain it will need an upgrade. I'm trying to keep things low tech aka low cost but I bought a 1000 genny to help me work on the rig since there's no wired power in the storage yard.

Will post pics when able.


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