Long story short...my basement flooded bout a month ago with all of my guitar gear down there. All of my gear got wet, however not all was a total loss. My favorite Ibanez was toast tho, neck got soggy and cracked. Insurance covered all the damaged goods and cut me a check for $2,689 so not all was lost. One of the things that got wet was my GK 410GLX. water came up right to the woofers but, but they didnt get wet. The cab still plays 100%, however the bottom is warped a little. I just bought an Avatar cab so I was going to sell this. I turn it over on its back (with the woofers pointed up) to take a close pic of the warped bottom because I wanted the potential buyers to know exactly what happend when i notice....uhh...MOLD! theres cotton ball fluffy looking mold in the lower slot style port hole. It smells like moldy ass when you get up close to it. I removed the woofers immediately as i did not want them to get contaminated with any of the mold. Im currently spraying disinfectant in there to try and get rid of it. Sucks because other than the warping at the bottom, the rest of the cab is still tip top and plays like new. (it was less than a year old and never gigged.) I was just wondering if there was a big market for woofers like the GK GLX series as i would probably only be selling those if I cant get the cab cleaned up. Woofers are in great shape, almost brand new. What do you guys think i should do? Note: This is not a for sale thread, and should I decide to try and sell them on here, I will purchase the 'donating member' status or whatever so mods, please don't close this thread.