We have a 2003 keystone hornet,31' M. Queen bedroom in front bunk beds in the rear.and a super large slide out.
In front there is a storage area that runs from side to side.The access panels lift up and we were not aware that water from rain or A/C was running in.
The camper is stored under cover, we average about three times a year to camp.
I went to the camper and there was a terrific moldy smell in the camper. I identified the area to be up front in the storage area. I removed the carpet cut out damaged plywood and applied kilze, then put a rubber runner in the storage area.
I thought I corrected the issue,(about 3 weeks ago) but when I went over today the smell was in the cabin.
My buddy thinks we should take out the carpet in the camper maybe the mildew made its way through the wall.
I thought about vinyl strip planking , but have some concerns about the slide out, the way the carpet floats over to open and close and the heat, we are here in the Tampa area, and having it closed up does get warm.
Any suggestions before I tackle this, either in removal of carpet or isolating this mold issue. Thanks dwheat