Pungent Smell Coming from Trim in Older Modular Home

We moved into a modular house that was built in 1986. We had to remove the trim in the kitchen and dining room for a re-model project, and the smell about knocks our socks off. It's not a moldy or mildewy smell, it reminds me faintly of sagebrush when you crush the leaves. I am just curious if anyone knows what this might be, a preservative or a type of wood?, so we can make an educated decision on whether or not to replace it.


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March 18, 20191 found this helpful

Make sure the smell is not coming from behind the walls. If it is not, then replace the trim.

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