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Old 09-08-2015, 09:52 AM   #21
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send pics to the company... I did years ago when the automotive equalivilant product peeled the finish off my car dash. I was asked to get a replacement dash and they ended up paying for teh damamges.
Never used their products again.
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Old 09-08-2015, 05:26 PM   #22
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send pics to the company... I did years ago when the automotive equalivilant product peeled the finish off my car dash. I was asked to get a replacement dash and they ended up paying for teh damamges.
Never used their products again.
I never thought of that, it sure couldn't hurt.
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Edit:I just looked at the Airwick website. One of many warnings was to not lay on it's side because it will leak and damage wood finishes. Well, they should also add thermo foil. :-)
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Old 09-08-2015, 06:20 PM   #23
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Stopped using plug in air fresheners, because of the risk of fire. Now I see other reasons. Sounds toxic...

OK, I found odor absorbing gel at Piggly Wiggly...(yes some of you probably never heard of it). It is by PowerHouse, and is very inexpensive. About $1.00 a jar, which lasts about a month. I love the linen breeze fragrance. Harmful if swallowed, so I suppose it is toxic, too, but it is contained within the jar, which you simply remove a seal under the lid to release the fragrance. I keep a couple in the MH and use them in the house as well. We had some painting done in a closet right before our last MH trip out, and the paint odor was pretty strong. When we returned home, and walked in, the paint smell was totally gone and the house smelled great.
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Old 04-29-2016, 02:15 PM   #24
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Update: Replaced the countertop, dealer got me a replacement for around $80.00.
Here are the replacement pics.
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Old 04-29-2016, 02:54 PM   #25
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Update: Replaced the countertop, dealer got me a replacement for around $80.00.
Here are the replacement pics.
Could not post pics on old post so here they are. Old countertop removed and new one installed.
See post #1 for original before pics.
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You cannot use the plug ins if you travel with a bird, like we do. The plug ins emit an oil substance into the air and it can damage the bird's lungs or cause death to them.

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Old 05-01-2016, 08:56 AM   #27
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Never heard that about the birds.
Best case all around is to not use them at all. I would never have thought the air fresheners would have ruined the finish on my counter top.
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If you don't have younger children or four legged friends in the camper you could use a wax warmer. There is a candle shop near my sister-in-law's place and we buy wax pucks there for the warmer. But the old solid air fresheners would probably be the easier and safest option.
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You cannot use the plug ins if you travel with a bird, like we do. The plug ins emit an oil substance into the air and it can damage the bird's lungs or cause death to them.

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I would assume that if it does damage to birds lungs it would cause damage to yours too.
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