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Old 05-02-2016, 09:00 AM   #21
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A lot of people look at old insulation and see black areas. They automatically think its mold or mildew. A lot of times the black areas are caused from air movement and the insulation is acting like an air filter and catching the dirt.
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:38 AM   #22
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A lot of people look at old insulation and see black areas. They automatically think its mold or mildew. A lot of times the black areas are caused from air movement and the insulation is acting like an air filter and catching the dirt.
I think im going to let my Nose and any water dictate whether i do a tear down.. if i find I have roof leaks then im sure the insulation ill have been destroyed and I'll tear down.. if my Alergies kick up while driving with the windows closed .. I'll know there is mold in the bus somewhere and I'll tear down...

ragardless that all sounds like a good WINTER project and not something I want to take on in the Hot sun!...

-Christopher
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