We are the happy new 3rd owners of a beautiful 1998 POST 42 that's always been in the Great Lakes. It runs beautifully and is in excellent condition. The only problem is the intense perfumy smell permeating the salon and staterooms (but the head smells wonderful - how ironic!) We just cannot figure out what could be causing this problem, as it is just too intense of a smell to not fix. The previous owner does not respond to our inquires, but we are optimistic that he will soon. We did notice this smell when we purchased it but thought the owners were just using too many plug-in air fresheners. We've had the carpets, valances, and leather sofas professionally cleaned. We've changed all bedding and aired out the mattresses. All head hoses were replaced a couple of years ago. We've flushed & cleaned the head holding tank extensively thinking is might be full of a perfume based liquid. We've cleaned out all ducts and are presently replacing the duct work. No standing water problem with air conditioner condenser units. Engine room and bilge are both spotless. Any suggestions?