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Old 03-11-2006, 06:55 AM
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66 Impala Mold on Interior

I have a 1966 chevy impala that we have had for the last 20 years that we have had each of our son's taken to their graduations. We know have it out of storage again. It has a 327 engine, automatic, maroon color. We seem to have a mold problem now with the interior since we had it in storage for the last year. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to safely clean the mold without hurting the interior?

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Old 03-11-2006, 03:27 PM
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Second on your interior problem, I have used my wifes steam held cleaner to clean mold off of the interior of my moterhome, it works real well and kills the mold to prevent it from coming back again, you just have to be careful on not overheating the panels and causing the glue to come apart. Try not to get in a hurry and you can spray it with a good upholsery cleaner while steaming and it will help also.

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The best solution would be to sell me the car and that would get rid of all "your" mold...!!!!
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