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  • Ryan Lee Wiggins
    Ryan Lee WigginsFull Time RVers:
    January 6, 2020Hello! Just joined the group.
    We are fairly new to the full-time RV world and am still learning the ropes of full-time.
    Hopefully someone can help us out on an issue. We're getting some moisture in the bedroom closets and under the mattress. We leave ...  more
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    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Cruisrte66 January 6, 2020 Try cracking a vent open a little or a window. A little bit of circulation helps quite a bit.. we have a roof vent cracked 24/7.
      The propane heat and cooking creates much of the condensation you're experiencing .. utilize the stove fan when cooking.
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      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        rvericksons January 6, 2020 A propane furnace will not add humidity inside the RV. If you have some type of non-vented propane space heater, that would add moisture as a byproduct of combustion.
      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        Cruisrte66 January 8, 2020 Propane heat does add moisture content to the air inside an RV ...
      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        rvericksons January 8, 2020 Warm air can hold more moisture in it than cold air. As air cools the moisture drops out of it. In an RV the windows and some walls are the coolest spots. As the air cools in those areas, since it cannot hold as much, it drops it out as moisture on those ...  more
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Bandit455 January 6, 2020 I have had the same problem in the past when I am somewhere cold. Dehumidifier helps, but in addition, you either have to go somewhere warmer (yea, I know) or leave the closet door open, do not pack clothes in tightly, leave room for air circulation and p...  more
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      smithpv January 6, 2020 I have been RVing in the southwest and have never had humidity issues. I plan to head east so will be keeping these ideas in mind.
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      BLSMSS (Brenda &Marc) January 6, 2020 We use DampRid. We put it in our closets. It’s crystals that draws in the moisture. You have to drain the water and add extra crystals now and then. Works great. You can get it at Walmart
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Kerry1952 January 7, 2020 I am going full time in a few months and assumed a dehumidifier would take care of the humidity issue people have. How much water does your dehumidifier pull in a day?
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      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        Corders January 7, 2020 Following
      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        Dan&Jo January 8, 2020 Depending on exactly what your dehumidifier is rated. Some have drain lines that can be placed in the drain somewhere some simply have a small pan that needs to be emptied.
      • Ryan Lee Wiggins
        Michele Kassahn January 16, 2020 My mother in law changes/dumps water 2-3 x a day
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Tracie and Roy Smith January 7, 2020 If the dehumidifier is on and you still have water you may have a leak
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      TheClearyClan January 7, 2020 I had a rarely but sometimes puddle next to the bed in the master bedroom of our 32 foot Class-C. This issue only took 6 years to find. We could not find a roof leak. The slide was not leaking. Condensation on the windows was only in the...  more
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Noble Wolf & Little Dog with Marily January 8, 2020 We are from Colorado where humidity is not an issue, but wintering in Florida. DampRid wasn't keeping up so bought an Arctic King dehumidifier from Walmart. $160 I think. Does the trick filling up every couple of days and keeping the Rh well below 50 with...  more
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      rvericksons January 8, 2020 From RV forum:
      combustion air comes from the outside, sealed combustion/burner chamber, any moisture goes out with the exhaust
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      TheClearyClan January 8, 2020 The stove top and oven release moisture as well as the humans exhaling. The colder it is outside the more time the humans spend inside.


      Bob
    • Ryan Lee Wiggins
      Michele Kassahn January 16, 2020 I keep hearing of this, hope I never have this problem!  I use Damp rid in all closets and behind furniture in each room.
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