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Monday, December 12, 2016
It looks like EverGreen RV has gone out of business. Does anyone have suggestions for a RV that doesn't have formaldehyde outgassing? See message below. We have to sell our 5 year old Winnebago because it is making my wife sick. She is suffering from at least 10 of these symptoms. Is there anyone out there today making a truly green trailer/5th wheel? I found a few, but they are all out of business. burning, stinging eyes wheezing, breathlessness nausea extreme fatigue/lethargy headache/migraine/vertigo/dizziness poor memory & concentration runny nose (rhinitis) sore throat, cough sinus problems skin rashes and/or itching skin sensitivity to light & noise sleeping problems digestive upset muscle & joint pain.