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Old 29 April 2015, 18:15   #11
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Personally, I wouldn't worry.

My breathable waders have had mould on them in the past, its never impaired their ability to keep me dry.

As for the white bits, my drysuit is covered in white patches from the talc
The ravenspring is a permeable membrane suit though so that's why I was concerned , the fabric is very thin . I guess Nos is right .. Just try it and see !
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Old 01 May 2015, 16:58   #12
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OK suit is sorted and dry . .. whats the preferred lube for zips these days ?
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I agree with beeswax I bought a second hand suit with a stuck zipper after trying all sorts it was the beeswax that finally got it moving again and kept it moving not had any problems since
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Vanish Oxygen stuff might sort ur white bits. Certainly fixed mildew on a buoyancy aid for me...
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