Originally Posted by GordMay
Clean the teak
with a detergent, bleach and water
Mix 1/4 cup of bleach with 2/3 cup of laundry
detergent in a gallon of water
Apply the cleaner to the wood with a bristle brush, and scrub affected areas in the direction of the grain to remove the dirt and mildew.
Then, rinse the floor with fresh water to remove any remaining cleaning
If this doesn't clean it, it is NOT mold
. Years ago I was a Tech Rep for USG (drywall) For molding drywall we would recommend about 20% to 80% chlorine-water and spray, now complete removal
is recommended. Now that all the lawyers have used up all of the Asbestos lawsuits, they have changed to "Mold"