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    Default Mold on LS50's

    I removed my 10 year old LS 50's from storage and they have small mold spots on the rubber surrounding the woofers. I don't want to damage the speakers in order to get rid of the spots. Can I leave it alone or will it spread and get worse? They sound great and have no other damage. I just don't want to do more harm than good. Any help?

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    There is a product used in hospitals, etc. for removing mold, but first I would try Windex. Spray it on a soft 100% cotton cloth, then wipe gently in a circular motion. If that doesn't work I'll get the name of the other stuff for you.
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    I'd give hydrogen peroxide a shot... Very mild disinfectant... that won't attack the rubber...

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    Thanks for the info. I'll try hydrogen peroxide and then windex.

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