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Blog- February 10, 2013- How to Obliterate that Annoying Ass Mold on your VHS Tapes

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I teamed up with LunchmeatVHS.com for a tutorial on how to clean your mold spore-infested VHS cassettes and make them look brand new again. Here’s my two part guide (with commentary by editor Josh Schafer). Click the tapes to view the instructions.

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