Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 11:40:24 GMT
Subject: Re: Moldy cars

In article <>, wrote: > > So any ideas why one is moldy and not the other, and what I > can do about the Honda (besides selling it, I mean). I go > away every summer for several weeks and this always happens. My thought is probably because the Saab is more airtight. Don't your ears pop when you put up the windows? Anyway.....Sunlight kills mold, so it needs to be in the sun for a long time. You should wet vac. the whole thing with a disinfectant first to kill the mold or it will keep growing. As for next time - find somewhere else to park it. > > Geoff Waters > owned many SAABs over the years and never had a bad one I owned a Honda and it spun a bearing. > Sent via Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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