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    Posted: 12 August 2010 at 6:03pm
Thanks Dan for your prompt reply.

I'll try the hard way first

Allan
Queensland, Australia
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Hi Allan:
 
I think that I'd try using the Iosso Mold and Mildew Stain Remover ( our sku # 214190) before I reached for a pressure washer.  Just follow the included instructions exactly or watch our streaming video about this product on- line, (Item Number: 200308).
 
I hope that this helps.
 
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Dan Smith
Annapolis Sailrite Store Manager.
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A question for the fabric experts.

I have just purchased a new boat and all the canvas  (bimini and deck awnings) is very mouldy but otherwise in good condition.

Can I use a low pressure (1400 psi) pressure cleaner to clean the fabric without doing damage?

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