removing mold

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  1. Puppylove

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    We're cleaning up an '04 Fleetwood Yuma recently purchase from friends. It's in pretty good shape, but the closer I look the more minor "fix it's" become apparent. The canvas does have a couple spots with mold...it's faint but it's there. What's the best way to mitigate this? The pop up is currently open and getting aired out good. Thanks!
     
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    My wife who is allergic to bleach uses either peroxide or borax to clean mold. Whatever you decide to use, try it on an inconspicuous spot in case it discolors the canvas.
     
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    DO NOT use yellow micro fibre towels from Harbor Freight with bleach, unless you want to add a yellow tint to your canvas. guess how I know [B)]
     

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