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Using Mould Killller Spray On Car

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barry1010 | 21:32 Thu 02nd May 2024 | Motoring
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My old banger has green mould/algae around the window rubbers.  It washes off easily with a sponge and soapy water, within days.

Would it be safe to use a product like this, for the seals and the paintwork.  Alternative suggestions welcome

HG Mould Spray, Effective Mould Spray & Mildew Cleaner, Removes Mouldy Stains From Walls, Tiles, Silicone Seals & More - 500ml



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Loads of websites seem to suggest simply using slightly diluted white vinegar (typically with 4 parts vinegar to 1 part water) for the task.  As it's cheap, it might be worth giving it a go, I think!

That's one ell of a killer spray.


No idea but I reckon worth a try.

Try it on a non-obvious bit first though.

I wouldn't use it on my car...but it's not that old and I look after it !

Just note that it contains chlorine bleach and should be kept away from shiny/glossy/polished surfaces (in the warnings).

Over to you!

The HG works...not sure if it's safe in/on a car.

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Thanks all, I'll try the vinegar

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