How to kill green moss in my garden trackers enclosed cab?

Unit is parked outside. Moisture does get in from time to time. Cab is enclosed.
  6 answers
  • Me Me on Jun 15, 2017
    keep it in the sun, and a window open for ventilation. moisture is no machines friend

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jun 15, 2017
    Moss won't hurt you, but mildew and mold can make you sick. All of it is bad for your tractor cab. Mold and mildew can be washed away and kept away with detergent and bleach, and keeping moisture out of the cab. Moss, being a plant, has either become transplanted, possibly from being thrown up at the edge of a field you planted or harvested; or has grown up through the floor or seams by being in the same moist place for a long time. Clean the moss out by hand from the cab and underneath the cab. It wouldn't hurt to wash the tractor inside and out, then grease any joints. Moss does not grow overnight. Try to keep the cab windows up at night. Put down floor mats or old towels or rugs. Wipe the cab floor dry after a rain or really wet muddy boots. Try to find a drier place to park at least the cab, on a paved driveway, or in a shed or a barn. And congratulations to you for caring about your farm or house equipment. Best wishes 😇

  • Jan Clark Jan Clark on Jun 15, 2017
    Scrape off the moss with a widget (on smooth surfaces) or brush it with a stiff bristled brush. Then spray it with a mild bleach solution. Wipe it with a rag or paper towel and leave the door open until the odor clears.
    During times when you are not using it, try placing some "Damp Rid" in the cab to help absorb any moisture.

  • Jerry Jerry on Jun 15, 2017
    Spray it with a weak bleach solution. If that doesn't work, keep increasing the concentration of bleach until it does.

  • Angela Cosner Angela Cosner on Jun 16, 2017
    You could put some damp rid in it... I've debated on this for my one car that has a leak.

  • Michael Ogreenc Michael Ogreenc on Jun 19, 2017
    Thanks, I will give a try