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    Help!!!!

    i've got a mk4 escort cab locked away in the garage with all windows done up but i'm getting mould on the inside? any ideas how i can stop this?

    Cheers Pete

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    oooh i was watching qvc the other day and they had a little gizmo to remove the damp so no mould grows!
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    Open the windows slightly allow the air to circulate. And clean the mould off.
    Its a jam thing

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    i bet you can buy somthing from a caravan shop for it.my bro got a fiesta turbo in his garage with the same problem.

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    my mam keeps a little bit of water in a tub in hers coz it leaks a little bit of water but not sure why, would this cure it or make it worse.

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    I had that with one of my 205's. Basically it's getting damp. If it starts, clean the mould off (anti-bacterial sprays are quite good for this) and run the heater for an hour or so with the windows open a little.

    A fan heater will do the job but takes longer and I'd keep an eye on it as they can get a bit hot.

    Keep it stored with the windows open if the garage is dry. It makes a difference. It is quite hard to stop once it's started but a good flow of air through the car helps.

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