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    John, that is the problem with close we leave in the closet for years.
    No sunlight on them , no fresh air little wonder when you take them out they have shrunk.
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    John, on one long trip between ports. My suite had shades of green mould upon it.
    What do you think caused that?

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    Well Den , it is a well known fact that yeast can also form as mould in some conditions.
    I guess you were either making Tab Nabs wearing it or trying to sneak some ashore.
    THat is my theory and i am sticking to it.
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