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Old 06-01-2006, 04:49 AM   #1
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I just recently openened up my hard top after the winter season and discovered mold on the top inside section of the bunkends and also on the door and door frame. Noticed that there was condensation on the metal roof inside, and I am not sure what is causing this but I know that is what is causing my mold problem.
Cleaned the mold from the door and door frame no problem but how can I get rid of the mold on the bunkends, any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated.
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I just recently openened up my hard top after the winter season and discovered mold on the top inside section of the bunkends and also on the door and door frame. Noticed that there was condensation on the metal roof inside, and I am not sure what is causing this but I know that is what is causing my mold problem.
Cleaned the mold from the door and door frame no problem but how can I get rid of the mold on the bunkends, any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated.
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Do you have canvas or colorfast vinyl over the bunks? If it's the latter, a strong solution of bleach and laundry detergent in water with lots of brushing with a stiff bristle brush is effective at removing mold from awnings. If you have canvas, then bleach is probably a no-no.

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