Many people have asked me what to do about 'the musty smell' of
old pianos. I'm not a scientist so I don't know exactly what causes the
problem. My belief is that it comes from mildew. Being a fungus, mildew
can be killed by bleach. However, bleaching is an oxidation process
and therefore might be harmful to the integrity of the wood.
In many cases, I've used a solution of 1:20 bleach and water and a rag. Soak the rag and then ring it out. Then wipe the effected area.
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