Hi all - I have been shooting slides for many, many years and have accumulated quite a collection. After relocating to the tropics about two years ago my equipment and my slides have been attacked by mildew. While replacing the equipment was not much of a problem, my slides obviously cannot be replaced. The good news is that not all slides have been affected and after storing them in a "dry" room, it appears that I have been able to control the problem. Unfortunately, a good number of slides do have mildew and I am quite uncertain as to how I should proceed. Obviously, I should scan slides as a back-up and I am in the process of doing so. But what can I do to salvage the "mildewed" slides. I experimented with an unimportant slide and simply rubbed it with some water and some cloth - the mildew came off but clearly, rubbing my slides this way is not something I want to do. I am hoping that someone out here as some expertise or some advice what to do and how to proceed. Thank you.