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Old 02 June 2023, 20:53   #1
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Mildew spots on yellow tubes

What is the best product / technology? Spots have been around for a few years. Tubes were 2004
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Old 03 June 2023, 06:50   #2
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We use "Shmuffex" on yellow tubes with black moul;d spots. It takes a few applications, but it works. However, it has been out of stock at our suppliers for a while now - so good luck finding some. Direct bright sunlight is also good
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Apparently available on Amazon with £17 delivery .
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Iíve had good results with Cillit Bang black mould remover.
I usually scrub the tubes first with diluted TFR and a slightly used green scouring pad, after rinsing I use the cillit bang with a different slightly used green pad
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We use "Shmuffex" on yellow tubes with black moul;d spots. It takes a few applications, but it works. However, it has been out of stock at our suppliers for a while now - so good luck finding some. Direct bright sunlight is also good
Totally agree, works for me
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