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Re: [BKARTS] conservation query: mold? solution:<)

I am in the process of clearing mold from treasures from my aunt's
house in Petaluma.  My friend has information that might be useful to
your friend.

I have used her unit on several mold problems and I found that the
cost of the unit was cheaper in the long run than finding and paying a

It works miracles on books and wood and cloth.

When I am not treating my husbands book treasure finds I can run it in
the basement, attic, closets, library, storage room, and barn to clear
the mold there.  I even bought an extra one to carry with me for using
in hotels where the air is always a chancy thing.

Her email is
"Judith Weiss" <jhweiss@xxxxxxxx>

>From: Ruth Temple <ruthtemple@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [BKARTS] conservation query: mold?
>Date: Wed, Mar 12, 2003, 4:29 AM

> Friend of mine had some house damage, and wound up with mold on his favorite
> seven-volume set of medieval history.
> His rebuilders say they can wipe down the books but not much more.
> What can help? He's in Oakland if there might be an area conservator willing
> to lend a hand.  He has resources but not a lot of technical expertise with
> this sort of thing.
> Ruth

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