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Old 03-23-2012, 08:36 PM   #15
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An ounce of prevention seems to work for me (and just which store do you buy that "prevention" stuff at? )

Every single year that we owned the Boler we took the cushions inside for the winter.

yes I know - its a little late for that now!

Take the covers off. Wash them & dry them.

If need be, get new foam and cut it to size with an electric carving knife. Otherwise, for cleaning the foam, the suggestions above are all good
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Old 03-26-2012, 11:42 AM   #16
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Used Clorox Mold and Mildew formula from Superstore (Canadian grocery store). Its basically is bleach..works well though..too well. Should have removed one of the cushions..it got stained and now has blotches..wife is pissed

Used another Clorox forumula for the outside shell to remove mold..works well too.
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