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Old 09-07-2010, 12:40 PM
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Does anyone have any suggestions as how/what to use to clean interior on a car that has been stored and has some mold on the interior. Thanks. Charlie
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Besides an exorcism?

I like Swissvax leather cleaner and conditioners--brings back the leather smell

As for the mold, where is it? On the carpet or on the leather?
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This is a super blog. I did this to my 996tt and then to some leather interior furniture. I had great results.

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Thanks guys- it was primarily on the leather - car was stored in a garage and covered. The climate control was not working properly in the garage but now have it fixed. Once it is cleaned there should be no future problem. I appreciate your response. Charlie
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I am using leatherique, very good to clean and treatment
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