|Author||Topic: Please Critique my Mold Removal Plan|
|posted: 8/8/2021 at 8:29:02 AM ET|
Hi Autodetailing - first thanks to everyone in this community who got me started on detailing. Because of you I have an arsenal of products and, now, gorgeous cars.
On to the question. I moved my project car into a warehouse for awhile due to time constraints. It sat for about six months. When I went out this weekend to start it up, the good news is it fired right up. The bad news - mold had started taking over the interior. It's not horrible right now, but it needs to be addressed ASAP.
Go through the interior with a fogger from home depot and concrobium.
Remove seats (i want to do this second to minimize the amount of spores I kick up).
Fogger and concrobium on the bottom of the seats and carpets under the seats.
Spray a mixture of vinegar and water on the interior. Let it sit for an hour or so and wipe down with microfibers.
Use a carpet cleaner on the carpets.
Go over interior with an all purpose cleaner.
Safety first, I plan on wearing a respirator, long pants, long shirt, gloves, and eye protection. I am going to wash my clothes immediately and throw the microfibers away.
How does this plan look to everyone? Thoughts or suggestions? I'm hoping to accomplish this all in one day.
Thanks in advance!
|posted: 8/16/2021 at 5:31:45 PM ET|
Your plan for removing mold from your car is actually pretty good, but in my opinion this article on how to kill mold can make it easier.
The methods described in this resource are much more efficient and easier to use.
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