02:54PM | 09/24/05
Member Since: 09/07/05
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My problem is a lazy landlord. I rent an apartment in a private home. The windows that were installed just before I moved in were not installed correctly. The window cill or sill leans in instead of leans out. The rain water has now satureated the wall and I have a mold smell in the house. My Landlord will not fix it. He is a jerk. He says he has the same problem in his house. Well, I don't want the same problem he has. I am going to be moving because of this within the next 6 months. I can't move at the moment. I would like to know if there is a remedy that I could use to eliminate the smell of mold in my livingroom. I know it's dangerous and I need to do something to absorb the odor. I would appreciate as much help as I can get on thi subject. Thank you, Katie



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