Mold (as in fungus)

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If a person was directed to "limie y pinte el mo", does this mean "clean and paint the mold?

Thanks!

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updated MAY 5, 2010
posted by johnstth

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Was person A pointing to something while directing person B? This could help.

What would I do if someone told me to "limiar" and "pintar" the "mo". Given that pointer, I suppose I would "sacar", remove, the "hongo", fungus/mould, "limpiar furiosamente" the area where the mould had been (it's very difficult to get all the spores out and, contrary to popular belief, bleach doesn't work and finally I'd "pintar".

Hope this helps both with language and mould removal. Excuse me for writing Brit "mould".

updated MAY 5, 2010
posted by geofc
I believe either person A was telling person B to clean and paint over the mold or person A was telling person B that person A had painted over the mold.
Does "limpie y pinte el mo" make sense in either of these contexts?
Hola, Es "moho".