Mold and Mildew on Your Yacht
How to Prevent the Growth of Mold and Mildew on Your Yacht
Your yacht is your sanctuary. It’s a place where you can relax and spend time with the people you love without losing the comforts of home. However, unlike your home, your yacht is surrounded by water, and that invites mildew and mold to grow. How do you keep your yacht from becoming a breeding ground for these menaces?
Allow For Proper Air Circulation
If you want to maintain a dry atmosphere on your boat, it’s important to ventilate. You need to allow fresh air to circulate. Open your doors and windows. It’s a good idea to allow them to stay open for several hours at a time. If you keep everything closed, you welcome problems. Encourage your family and any guests to let you know if you overlooked something. When everybody is playing an active role in creating a well-ventilated yacht, only benefits follow.
Remove Wet Objects As Soon As Possible
Of course, it’s not enough to leave your cabin window open. If you truly want to be successful in your fight against mold and mildew, you have to remove any wet items from the premises and wipe up any wet spots. For example, if somebody places a dripping bathing suit on a chair, don’t let it sit there for a few hours before you pick it up. These steps may feel unnecessary, but they will save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
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