I've never heard of formaldehyde in a regular camper, where would that come from? From which material? I actually live in a 31' camper, and it's awesome, you just gotta figure out how to get fresh water, how to get electricity, and what to do with you waste. Most use propane for heating and cooking, and even the fridge can run on propane, but you can easily get an electric burner and electric heaters.
Now I'm pretty sure I heard that thousands of FEMA campers/trailers were never used because they had formaldehyde in them or something like that (another complete waste of our money). And people were or maybe still are reselling them on the used market, so make sure you don't get one of those (i'm sure you could google to find out which ones they are, I think you can tell because they use a regular house toilet or something?).
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