|09-06-2009, 08:37 AM||#1|
Mold and Moisture in Garage
I recently set up a decent gym in my garage. I built most of the equipment myself, but bought some new stuff as well: kettle bells, rings, chin up bar, etc.
I've learned that it's extremely moist in the garage and I"m worried about two things: 1) mold and breathing it in as I work out (I'm allergic); 2) developing rust on the equipment. Is there a way to prevent either of these things from happening? Is there a good preventative way to stop the spread and development of mold and rust?
I'm apprehensive about making my next purchase--an Olympic weight set with bumper plates if they'll just be ruined...
Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated. Ernest Hemingway
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