Hi Carol, she has mcs herself--I'm pretty sure she doesn't even use regular detergent, just baking soda etc, and she gets headaches from fragrances and so on. That, along with the dry climate in Utah, the fiberglass walls, and that it was stored under cover, was what prompted me to instantly say I'd buy it, and i sure hope I am happy.
You have to understand I have a condition that is extremely difficult to deal with in the modern world, and that fragranced bags (sometimes they say "odor control") will contaminate the cushions--and I won't be able to sleep on them, so I'll be lucky if I can take them off, and wash them by hand and put them out in the sun. Etc. So she and I had discussed all this.
It's a good point about he could get in the trailer with a screwdriver, however, I doubt he would do that as there are liability issues then. I'm just saying, with a key, it's likelier the tower will pull over and sleep in the comfy trailer--and once again--if someone who uses fabric softener sleeps on the cushions, it will get embedded and I can't use them.
I remember when a guy wearing clothes with fabric softener visited my apt in NY and sat on my hard wood chair and it took about an hour of washing, with soap, water, and rubbing alcohol, to get it off afterwards.
These chemicals these days have phtalates which cause them to stick. In fact, I complimented the RV park here where we are waiting for the trailer, for not using glade plugins in their bathroom. It's wonderful to go in a bathroom without those horrible things.
I really do like the driver though. He just inspires confidence. I just accept his text message updates twice a day and don't feel nervous. I am likely to give him a really good rec, like the 40 plus other folks on uship. He is smart about his business, too. He ships dogs, motorycles, ATVs, my trailer, other trailers, anything, and thus makes a business out of it, by essentially spreading the cost of gas among several shippers.
As an aside, really, I wish our American society were not fragrancing everything. It is not healthy for us anyway--and in Europe not widely used. All this glade, febreze, even scented garbage bags--sheesh, what's wrong with fresh air, flowers, or the smell of newly baked bread?