Addressing a moldy interior

Discussion in 'Keeping it Clean' started by blackGTny, Mar 12, 2019.

  1. blackGTny

    blackGTny Junior Member


    Apparently my 2008 had a convertible top leak and after sitting in the rain for a while, water collected under the backseat somehow and after a few days of sitting some more, I have mold growing in the interior. What's the best way to address this? I've read online about using a distilled white vinegar solution, but will this suffice? Going to give it a shot when I have time tomorrow morning, but just looking for advice from anyone who may have had to deal with this before.
  2. WNYGT5-0

    WNYGT5-0 Member

    Unless you are replacing EVERYTHING, carpet, seats, headliner, hvac, the proper cleaning method would be to completely remove all the aforementioned and have ozoned. Over the counter products will NEVER kill the billions of mold/mildew spores.
  3. FrankieD

    FrankieD Junior Member

    I work with my neighbor that does mold abatement he uses a product called Microban. I had some white mold in my plow truck which has carpet it's sitting for 3 months had white mold on it, it wiped it out one shot/
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