Luckily this is just inside the closet, but in our new-to-us trillium
4500, the previous owners put in a "new" furnace
in the closet. It's larger than the original so first weird issue is they made a false closet bottom with drywall which was of course covered in mildew. That's out now and we need to make a new bottom. But since that has me focusing on the closet... he covered the interior with fake fur. I need to get it out. Not only is it mildewy and smelly, it's also maybe not the most fire-safe choice directly above the furnace
space. Really my main issue is it's ugly as heck. It's cemented directly the the fiberglass. Is there an easier way to remove it than pulling and scraping? The back is like a tight mesh so the cement is one with the fabric. Uhg! Any advice appreciated!