This summer while I was at Brevard, it rained so much every day that it ended up getting my music wet and making it mold. It's rather disgusting, and I definately can't afford to buy ALL new music. I bought new copies of the worst and most important ones (Scale book, solo Bach, and Kreutzer), but some weren't so bad that I had to buy.
Of course, even the ones that just have a touch on it I have to keep separate from my other, non-moldy music, to keep it from spreading. Unfortunately, I sometimes forget that.
What would be the best way to get mold off the paper? I thought maybe those Clorox wipes, although that risks taking off the ink. Any other ideas?
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