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Old 06-24-2016, 07:19 PM   #15
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I would bet the culprit is a dry trap.

John, I'm thinking you may not have read the posts that I made just above... the cause has been found and fixed.. thanks,


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I was informed by AS that the shower or sing drains might dry out or splash out due to the trailer motion on the road.
Previous suggestion filling trap with vinegar which might be mixed with water seems good.

We use a spray bottle with vinegar and dish detergent to clean shower surround.

I would bet the culprit is a dry trap.

I've found vinegar to be a strong enough cleaner on its own, but if I want scent I add into my spray bottle several droppers full of Lavender Essential Oil. Once I tried Peppermint Essential Oil, (Cellar spiders a problem in my area). Vinegar and peppermint mixed is bleh. I've since found a better recipe for spider reppellent.

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