The following is a letter we received about how one customer learned how to clean mold off of boat seats.
“I have to tell you a story about my boat and Moldoff.
Back in April I had some stump grinding done in my yard and one stump was right next to my 2006 Godfrey pontoon boat.
During the next month it rained every weekend so the boat never left the shed. When I got the boat out on the next sunny weekend I realized all the shredded wood was all over the carpet on the front of my boat. Just then I saw the front seat back cushion was black with what looked like mildew, and I started cleaning.
I tried grease lightning, soft scrub with bleach, star brite mildew remover and nothing touched it. I even tried non diluted bleach and still could not clean it up. I scrubbed with all of the above products with a stiff brush and the help of sunshine and no hope for coming clean.
Prior to this event my upholstery looked showroom ready, the boat has always been stored under cover and well taken care of. By August I had mold showing on the backrests of most of the pontoon boat.
The first of September I tried Moldoff and nothing happened the first day, but I tried it again and the mold got visibly lighter. Every time I took the boat out I sprayed the mildew spots again with Moldoff and by the fifth day the mold was completely gone.
I am the parts manager at Paradise Marine in Gulf Shores, Alabama, and have had Moldoff in the ships store since 2009 and never had tried it or recommended it to my customers. I promise you now, it is now high on my list and will be the only product I recommend for mold removal.
Thanks for making a great product!”
Lynne Siler, Parts Manager, Paradise Marine Center
Thank you Lynne. We hope you tell everyone it is the best way to remove mold from boat seats.