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Old 10-01-2013, 05:12 PM   #1
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What do you use in you coach to keep it fresh
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Do mean while stored ?
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Old 10-01-2013, 05:20 PM   #3
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Do mean while stored ?
Anytime just seeing what everyone does ?
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Living in a MH is anything but 'odor free'! Between our four legged kids, cooking and what not there is most always some smells. The DW has Renuzit room fresheners that she has open when we are staying in it.
During the winter when the MH is in storage there is nothing in there for odors.
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What do you use in you coach to keep it fresh
The DW...

Seriously, we use those tin pop top cans of air freshener. One when the coach is not being used, three when used (bath, bedroom, living area).
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OdoBan® - Odor Eliminator - Home

Sprayed around and in the ducts help rid the Motor Home
smoke from a previous owner.

I still use it occasionally.

We also have some " smell good beads" fragrance jar
that is open. Windows and vents opes is a major help.
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Found out that pine-sol - lavender flavor(small amounts in plastic containers) works well when moho is in storage!!!!
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We purchase the hazelnut jarred candles that they sell at Walmart and use those when we're on the road. When in storage they make the same thing in a oil form with wick sticks. They work great and do come in other fragrances but we like the Hazelnut.
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OdoBan® - Odor Eliminator - Home

Sprayed around and in the ducts help rid the Motor Home
smoke from a previous owner.

I still use it occasionally.

We also have some " smell good beads" fragrance jar
that is open. Windows and vents opes is a major help.
Yuk !
I'm a smoker, and would'nt buy a coach that had previously been smoked in!
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