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jdc1 wrote:

Yep. Dryrot. Usually found under sinks, in front of shower/toilets, and sometimes a window or vent left open. Very seldom does it happen from below.


I would disagree. On some brands of newer trailers using foam sandwich floors that are only protected with darco. Rocks get thrown up and pierce this lightweight material. Driving in rain causes water to be thrown in the holes leading to break down of the wafer thin wood bonded to the foam. Mold moves in causing further damage.

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