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Posted on Mold on Drying 4/4 Oak

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Wildwood

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#1 posted 01-14-2019 04:39 PM

As long as stickers even thickness and space adequately don’t see a problem. Most references call for sticker thickness of 3/4” to 1” many people just use 1×2’s cannot remember how thick they are.

I have used regular Clorox household bleach on wood to remove mildew and mold on raw wood using one cup of bleach to gallon of water. Let set for awhile and then dried with paper towels. Some directions call for neutralizing with water & baking soda solution but didn’t do that.

Think trying plain old Clorox & cold water what your looking for to remove mildew & mold. If any mold or mildew remain either sand or plan rest off.

There are three different methods to bleach wood for different purposes think for removing mildew & mold Clorox simplest, Oxalic acid and Two part wood bleach & baking soda rinse or vinegar to neutralize will also remove mildew and stains but pretty sure folks looking to lighten color of wood. Just follow directions for last two methods.

-- Bill


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