Fungi do not destroy glass, but, settling, for example, in camera lenses, they hopelessly dirty the lenses with their secretions

Fungi do not destroy glass, but, settling, for example, in camera lenses, they hopelessly dirty the lenses with their secretions and destroy the adhesive that holds the lenses together. Mold, settled on the microcircuits of the TV, closes the contacts, and the device burns out. Suggest other examples of the indirect action of mushrooms on technical devices.

Indirect action of mushrooms: products made of concrete, leather, metal, plastic, optical instruments, films, video tapes, plastic windows, vacuum cleaners, household appliances, bread bins, etc.

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