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Clay bar mildew


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I agree. If the spot isn't too big, cut it out and fold it a few times and use it. Lesson to be learned here is to never put your clay away wet or damp in an air tight container. I put a paper towel in with mine when I seal it up.

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Interesting. Theres nothing in the clay (or the detail spray for that matter) that mildew is going to be able to 'feed on' to grow, so I wonder if maybe in the previous use you picked up some organic material that let it get started.

 

In any event I'd go with the recommendations the guys made above.
 

You can also do something as simple as wash it under some soap/water if its only on the surface. That should remove it.

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