experience isn't with rubber cushions
, but with a plain jane 'full' sized mattress. The mold
won't come out.
It's a long story. In my case, the mattress was stored in a known to be extremely dry basement. That winter season was especially warm and damp. Thus, the matress picked up some growth. A year later, taken out from storage
, the mold easily came off the exterior surface fabric
with some store bought products 'Fantastic with Bleach' and treated with some 'Fabreez'. The mattress smelled and looked fine. However sleeping on it was another deal. It was still loaded with spores. You could feel them with every single
breath. We gave it a week, then it was dropped off at the recyle center.
Thus, throw it all out. And try to keep the cabin
dryer. What type of ventilation is there on the boat? I'd try to make some kind of improvement towards keeping the cabin
air dry, then invest in entirely new cushions.
That's my 2 cents worth of advice.