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Old 09-12-2016, 04:23 PM   #1
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Bay Star wet floors

I just made floor mats for my 2011 Bay Star from office chair mats. They fit great. I now have moisture under both drivers and passengers side carpet with and without the vehicle a/c on. Any ideas what started this? It dries fast when I remove the floor mats.

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Did you experience that prior to making the "mats"? Sounds like condensation trapped by the impervious office chair mat.

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If you didn't have the moisture before the mats, I'd remove the mats. That heavy plastic doesn't breath and RVs gather a lot of condensation just from our breathing, cooking and showers.

Go to a carpet store and find some remnants that match are coordinate with your regular flooring. They can easily be removed for cleaning and when they get too dirty just replace them.
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