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Help! - Mold on table!

JasonJason Posts: 45
edited 12:52PM in EggHead Forum

I did something very stupid. After cooking on my lg BGE I did not replace the cover. It started raining later that night and the next morning I covered up my egg and table (still raining- stupid thing #2)and forgot about it. When I went to cook the following week I discovered the mess - lots of green mold on the table. [p]Has this ever happened to anyone? Any suggestions on cleanup?[p]Thanks in advance![p]Jason

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  • PhilsGrillPhilsGrill Posts: 2,256
    One gallon of water and one cup of bleach should do it.
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  • Jason,
    If it is on the table a 50/50 mix of water and hydrogen peroxide should do the trick. Just spray it on, scrub it down, and wash it off. Cheaper than bleach and less smelly too. I received an e-mail about the wonders of peroxide from a great egger. If it is the egg that is moldy, then a 400 deg fire for 1 hour will clear that up.[p]Mike "Always learnin on the puter" in Abita

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  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,352
    Jason, A mild solution of bleach/water (10/90) should kill what you've got. Spray it on, let it sit for a while and then rinse with water. If that doesn't work, use a stronger bleach solution (perhaps 20%).[p]Rascal

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  • Jason,

    Was your table treated with some sort of poly or was it natural wood.

    Greg
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  • JasonJason Posts: 45

    Thanks guys - I'll give it a try.

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  • Just read an few articles about this. Apparently the safest and most effective way to kill bacteria (I figure mold would qualify) is a combination of peroxide and vinegar. Two seperate spray bottles and it does not matter which one you spray first.

    http://www.michaelandjudystouffer.com/judy/articles/vinegar.htm

    http://www.sciencenews.org/pages/sn_arch/9_28_96/food.htm
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