Our musty/stale trailer odor saga continues...We opted for eternabond tape (see earlier post)
to use on the roof. The outside was carefully inspected for any moisture entry points. Now that we know
the exterior is properly sealed we chose to try the chlorine dioxide "fast acting"
packets. We researched it in depth and felt like it would be safe if we followed the directions to the "T" We treated the trailer today and have to say it is bar none the best odor REMOVER available. We opened up all the drawers and closets and ran a small fan. The odors are GONE! It's a very simple process too. There is a faint chorine odor but is supposed to dissapate quickly. There are many companies selling it but we chose West Marine. The only problem was the instructions in the packet, they were kind of vague. There are sites on the web that are more descriptive. The end result was worth the small inconvienience of having to search the web for detailed instructions. We highly recommend anyone with any stubborn odors in their RV to consider it.
We are traveling cross country soon and it's such a relief to know our "home away from home" smells fresh and clean.