Black mold

Submitted by carol on 12/27/05 at 12:01 PM. ( rpamo3@sbcglobal.net ) 12.169.232.240

Greetings,
I recently had two capes that had black circles on the tanned side of the cape. It looked a little like wet charcol dust. I tumbled them and the hair slipped at that spot. Any idea what this is or what I did wrong? The capes were creamed tanned. The spots were about the size of my fist. Thanks for time.

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sounds like ring worm.

This response submitted by jrosbor on 12/27/05 at 4:03 PM. ( huntersdream3x@hotmail.com ) 71.98.28.162

But without seeing it I wouldn't be so sure. I have never seen a tanned cape slip because of mold. And the mold you usaly see on a tanned cape is green. Later!


its mold

This response submitted by Bill Yox on 12/27/05 at 6:44 PM. ( ) 67.138.8.33

Ive seen too many color molds! How about red, or bright yellow? They make it! Black too. If you sweat a tanned cape, just sweat overnight, otherwise freeze it again until you can get to it. Otherwise, well...you know what!


ok Bill...

This response submitted by jrosbor on 12/28/05 at 2:15 PM. ( huntersdream3x@hotmail.com ) 71.98.28.162

I too have seen other color molds. I allways thought the red stuff was "red rot" a bacteria? Oh well, I just see a lot of green mold with wet tanned capes. Not much black or yellow. I have seen ring worm on the hair side of deer that has slipped. Listen to Bill, It will take me a couple more decades to catch up with him! Later! Joe


Joe

This response submitted by Bill Yox on 12/28/05 at 8:05 PM. ( ) 66.133.134.176

I think I lumped them all together. Mold, bacteria, its the colors I was thinking of. Probably Glen Conley would know the exact difference, but I think our caution to it still applies, lol.


thanks!

This response submitted by carol on 12/28/05 at 9:59 PM. ( ) 70.131.162.74

Just wanted to say thanks for everyone's response! I believe mr Yox was correct! The mold appeared after a couple of weeks of sweating the cape! I hope the mold doesn't spread into the kitchen or bathroom!


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