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Bill, How about hydrogen peroxide?
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hear is the problem ()

Tim Greif - West of Chicago
Would that be as effective as chlorine bleach at killing the mold? Less harmful vapors in a confined area and a good oxidant, but not sure of the mold killing powers. What say you, Mr. Tindall? Around here, you can get 8% food grade hydrogen peroxide in 5 gallon totes for $30 from water treatment companies. I use it for neutralizing H2S in my high sulfur well water at the river cottage.

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