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09-18-05, 04:01 PM   #1  

I have a repair job to do on some drywall in a basement that has had a small amount of water damage. The drywall is still straight and not warped or bubbling, but there is a small amount of mold at the floor line that goes up the wall about 4 inches. Do I have to replace all of this drywall or is there a way to clean it up without replacing it?

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09-19-05, 09:15 AM   #2  
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You may be able to remove it with bleach.

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