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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638583
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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: pcr2] #6638712
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Originally Posted by pcr2
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Really now how do you expect to get the mould out of those smiley teeth of yours if you clean those mould boards

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: pcr2] #6638770
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Just curious. Were you a bully in elementary school, too?


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638778
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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: Steven 49er] #6638830
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Why not get a common paint scraper or other similar tool and scrape the moldy areas and then use soap and water or bleach and water to clean the boards good and then put outside in the wind to dry.
I have boards I store on the trusses of my garage and have had them for 30 plus years and mold is not an issue. Find dryer air places to store or to dry fur for that matter is your dehumidifier is not working.

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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638842
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1850 hits and we are still scrapping mold. LOL


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638864
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I went though everthing yesterday that use for fur processing, used hydrogen peroxide, on mold, include some belly wedges an flesh beam, it came back in few spots the white after dry an did again, let air out overnite an stack piles today, it is in good place in winter or cold low humidity weather to dry hides but nothing can do in humid weather as no place else to store, the dehumdifer was a big expensive one at $100 to $200, not just to many years back, I doubt we'll be buy a new one anytime ever

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638866
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Half a bottle of Dawn and a dishwasher always works for me.

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: Jim H] #6638906
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Originally Posted by Jim H
Half a bottle of Dawn and a dishwasher always works for me.


U like suds?


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638909
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Really its time to burn the wooden stretchers abd switch to wire stretchers!


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638919
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I'd just like to point out that coonman220 asked what he should use to clean his boards on two separate posts, then chose an option that NOBODY suggested on this post, hydrogen peroxide. This could've been resolved after I posted the link to his first post about 3 posts into this thread. But at least it's good entertainment. We all need something to keep us busy until season starts.

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6638940
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Think about this for all you smart guys, even if dave doesn't choose to take your advice, he makes posts that are relevant to many people who read this forum. Thus when you answer his questions without the smartass replies, you are helping many other people who read and don't post. If there were anyone out there concerned about mold on their fleshing beams or wooden stretchers, they certainly have received a load of good advice here on it. (if they can sort through the trash) This of many of connman220's other posts as well,,, I bet you now know to avoid Chevy Colorados, cheap waders & employment through temp agencies,,, you know many bait recipes and the proper way to defrost a freezer. Cut the guy a break. He doesn't pick on anyone here.

https://trapperman.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/userposts/id/7428/view/started/page/3 - read through there. You'll find more good info than half the other trapping forums have in their archives! lol

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: tlguy] #6638944
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Originally Posted by tlguy
I'd just like to point out that coonman220 asked what he should use to clean his boards on two separate posts, then chose an option that NOBODY suggested on this post, hydrogen peroxide. This could've been resolved after I posted the link to his first post about 3 posts into this thread. But at least it's good entertainment. We all need something to keep us busy until season starts.


That would be the problem, I have noticed. Just like my kids, ask for advice and ignore it.


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6639082
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I was going to use wd40 but after trying on a board. Decide not to, thought about bleach an water mix suggested but didn't like bleach smell or how long linger, was thinking peroxide would work an mellow smell an evaporate an dry fast

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: ~ADC~] #6639123
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Originally Posted by ~ADC~
Think about this for all you smart guys, even if dave doesn't choose to take your advice, he makes posts that are relevant to many people who read this forum. Thus when you answer his questions without the smartass replies, you are helping many other people who read and don't post. If there were anyone out there concerned about mold on their fleshing beams or wooden stretchers, they certainly have received a load of good advice here on it. (if they can sort through the trash) This of many of connman220's other posts as well,,, I bet you now know to avoid Chevy Colorados, cheap waders & employment through temp agencies,,, you know many bait recipes and the proper way to defrost a freezer. Cut the guy a break. He doesn't pick on anyone here.

https://trapperman.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/userposts/id/7428/view/started/page/3 - read through there. You'll find more good info than half the other trapping forums have in their archives! lol


Even you have to admit this has gone a bit over the top.


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6639127
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Nope. He's just very selective. smile

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6639174
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Rotflmao.


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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: GROUSEWIT] #6639205
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Originally Posted by GROUSEWIT
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Half a bottle of Dawn and a dishwasher always works for me.


U like suds?


Sorry, just cleared all these bubbles. ...peroxide might work better.

Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6639388
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Re: Clean off mold from boards question [Re: coonman220] #6639541
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I sprayed some beaver boards that had some green mold on them a couple years ago with diluted bleach and wiped them down. That seemed to take care of the problem.


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