Originally Posted by taflocks
mine is a 2000 so there should be no formaldahyde in the boards.
Wanna bet? I found this after a quick Google search on formeldehyde in travel trailers:
Where Can Formaldehyde Be Found?
Mobile homes, motor homes, and travel trailers are known for high amounts of formaldehyde since so many of their components may be made from particle board or pressed-wood products.
Even in small amounts formaldehyde can cause serious health problems and unfortunately takes years to finally dissipate after being used in manufactured products. In some cases, exposure to formaldehyde can increase a persons sensitivity to other irritants or chemicals that were never a problem in the past, making them allergic to almost anything. For some people, past exposure to formaldehyde has permanently impaired their health and well being for the rest of their lives.
So, you may think you have gotten rid of it, but it may be in the glue in the plywood floor, any cabinets that are made from particle board, even the wooden frames of your furniture.