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Slowly puttin the Interior back in my 69 the rear seat was stored in my cellar but before I got the car some mold had developed on the white seats I have scrubbed with everything I can think of it still has a bunch of dot like stains Thanks Mike
 
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We had the same problem with the seats in our boat (3 years in storage by previous owner). Our neighbor, who worked on boats, suggested a bathroom mildew remover. I believe it was X-14. It worked great. Everyone thought we had got the seats recovered. Just be sure to air out the seats real good after cleaning. Give it a try. Good luck. David
 

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Since I store my car in a garage for months at a time, this is a problem for me too. I always used bleach diluted with water. It took the mold off but, it would come back. I will try the X-14 next time. I hope it works. Sometimes a solution is not always the answer. ..............Joe454
 

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Thanks guys on my way to store now to get some x14 Gene Thank your mother in law maybe even give her a kiss MIKE
 
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Be sure to test an unseen area first -- just to make sure that nothing really bad happens. Just a thought. David
 
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