End of mildew!!

Just a few small deck leaks made the interior mildew. That plus the stench of diesel made the interior very unpleasant. Now that she is clean and the diesel gone, I hope that the solar vent will help end mildew.

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Comment by Sally M. Reuther on June 8, 2011 at 10:36am
We put solar vents on our two big opening hatches a number of years ago - forward cabin and aft cabin. It made a huge difference in the air quality and smell below!  I love solar vents!!!

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