I managed to bag a Reindeer and a Kangaroo pelt yesterday but both are not in the best state. They look alright fur-side, but the leather side... (pretty sure the dark stains are mostly damp, they certianly feel it?) It doesn't look like much from the mobile pics, but there are loads of little spots of blue mold, particularly on the Kangaroo. The Kangaroo was hanging up in the garage, and given the condition of the Deer, I assume it also was kept in the garage. How how long exactly, I'm not sure, but it had to be long enough for mould to grow. Both also reek of damp. Currently I'm keeping them in my room in hopes that a warm and dry environment will aid their recovery, but to shift the blue mould stains, what should I wash with? I'm not gonna submerge the pelts, but I will try and use a damp cloth. I did a quick forum search and couldn't find much for ''Mold'' (other than actual casting, making and replicating things) and mould turned up three results that didn't actually discuss fungus growth. I'm not worried about it appearing on my other pelts since I put them all in storage (individual zip-lock bags and then into a box) to protect them from dust.