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Old 06-25-2004, 08:58 PM   #15
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I loved your pictures and decorating scheme. I am looking forward to getting to that point sometime. Thanks for your info.
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I put the "soft goods" outside to air several times after we got our Trade Wind. We are very lucky because our rig doesn't have the musty smell, but I am always a proponent of sunshine and fresh air.

A couple of weeks ago, I read on one of the posts that replacing the screening helped with smells! Guess screens would catch lots of stuff that could generate a smell.

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Old 06-25-2004, 09:02 PM   #16
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Oops! I think I meant your pictures, which were great! I guess I will just use the rinse and vac on them, instead of trying the washer on delicate. At least then, I can hopefully use them as a pattern when sewing new covers. Thanks. That is something you can't undo.
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Debbie the newest Gaiam Lifestyle magazine has an article on air and pp104 explains the difference among all the indoor air cleaners suz
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Gaiam reference

Thanks, but i don't subscribe to that magazine. Is it available on line?



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Sorry I've been gone a couple of weeks. Maybe you could look up www.gaiam.com. silver suz
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