The weather has finally turned nice here outside New Orleans (and hasn't gotten miserable yet) so I was inspired to tackle the project in earnest while it is in its really raw state... I went in with a power washer, shop vac, and heavy duty detergents, bleach, and mold chemicals. I presprayed through all the cracks and crannies including the holes where the marker lights
were and any crack behind any seat or storage area.
with the shop vac removing the gallons of unmentionable that flowed out and down to the low end as I powerwashed... After sitting in the fresh air for a few days and drying out, the camper finally has lost it's funk, but not it's mojo, if you know what I mean.
Glad to have this done... once I begin installing the new electrical
, I won't be going in with the power washer again. I pre-sprayed the overhead carpet with "spray and wash", scrubbed in with a brush and power washed off... The camper really feels so much nicer. The new windows
have been shipped and the cushions are at the seamstress... The plan for the AC is to go under the sink. I had a custom door made hinged on the bottom, so it can hang open 180 degrees when running and the extension cords can be stored in the "hard duct" space when underway.
Pics as I progress... I guess I should start a thread on the project.
Thanks to everyone for your inspiration and ideas.