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hethj7

Mold removal on swim platform

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hethj7

This turned out pretty good, so thought I would share.  I just used bleach water and a scrub brush.  I think it was the repaeted soakings with the water vs the scrub brush that took it away.  Ignore the already new spots in the after pic. :)

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wdr

Bleach is kind of scary on anything and will probably destroy that pad after too many uses on it. I would try white vinegar next time it wont be nearly as corrosive as bleach is. 3M makes a mold and mildew block for after cleaning that is non-toxic.

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