Originally Posted by Darrin
We end up getting mold here on trailers. We hit ours in the spring with a chlorinated wash to get off the winter growth.
That is another thing the humidity is horrible here, the mold grows so easily. I shovel it out every time I use it for that reason. And the rubber trim around the drop down windows have this nasty black mold that grows on it, same as the ceiling where the condensation builds up. I have to be careful that I don't leave it sealed up otherwise it gets bad! So I leave the windows down and everyday I open the tackroom up and let it air out.
I know where there is a coin-op wash that has a big semi truck wash bay with a platform so you can get to the high spots easily. I asked my husband the next time he gets home to help me pull out the mats so I can get all the crap that has filtered down into the cracks and next to wall out and wash the floor, then I will wait until it is completely dry to replace the mats as not to trap any moisture underneath.
Thanks everyone for the replies!