I am a new owner of a 2008 Rockwood Freedom 1640LTD. Physically in good shape. I have had it for about 3-4 weeks. I have removed a ton of mold / mildew inside the trailer including the inside of the bunks, side walls, (inside) roof areas as well with mildew remover (mainly Mold Armor products). I removed the old caulk from the roof, replace it with Geocell Proflex and then put Eternabond tape over those seams. It never rained while I was working on it so I could not really test the canvas and vinyl. Well, its raining now and all of the side walls (and top of the bunks in some areas) are wet to the touch. I can take a paper towel over it and it soaks up the water. Looking at the outside, the roof and side walls appear to be in perfect condition. I know that the previous (original) owner did not maintain anything in the trailer. I am pretty sure it sat open for an extended period of time. I think this had the seams dry our or something is causing the water intrusion on the bunk ends. I have purchased some 303 fabric treatment and I did treat one single flap on a bunk end. I followed the instructions and that flap is also wet like the others as if it was never treated (but the water could be coming from the seam on top of the flap). I am looking for suggestions on how to address this. I read a previous post where sealing the seams in a good place to start. Several products were mentioned (available on Amazon) including Shoe Goo repair adhesive and some Tear Aid products. Any assistance is appreciated. I do like this trailer. I did not pay a lot for it and have put a lot of work into it thus far from new tires to replacing all of the fresh water and drain hoses. All of the appliances work perfectly including the AC, fridge and the furnace. Thanks!