I would think most molds of the world are already all over the world due to centuries of sea trade.
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From: "Ben Torre" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Monday, July 21, 2008 5:05 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Mould &tape
> At 02:42 PM 7/21/08, you wrote:
>>The only places I've accepted mold from have been Bermuda, Canada,
>>and the U.S.A. I have refused Central-American mold as I feel it's
>>irresponsible to knowingly bring an "exotic" species into the area,
>>and I cannot insure that I've 100% killed the mold.
> Common mold isn't terribly hard to kill, assuming you use chlorine
> bleach. The gotcha with mold is the spores. To kill mold spores,
> you need fire.
> Re: South American mold-contaminated tapes... wise precaution, Richard.
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