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  • Misty Heather
    Misty HeatherWhy didn't I think of that? Tips and Tricks:
    August 21, 2020Hello, I am new to the RV world and am staying in mine through the winter. Are there any tips to winterizing you could help me with? I would appreciate it. And how do I control the moisture without a dehumidifier? Winters will be cold and I know to insula...  more
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      pokeysRVadventures August 21, 2020 You can place Kitty litter in a few places to absorb the moisture.
    • Misty Heather
      MRJohnston August 21, 2020 Beachridge above has a lot of good tips.  In addition for controlling moisture, use buckets of “Damp Rid” (Walmart), always run the vent fan above the stove while cooking, leave closet doors cracked for circulation so they don’t mildew, and like ment...  more
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      • Misty Heather
        Stevieswife September 5, 2020 I have also found $1 buckets of moisture absorber at Dollar Tree that are just like the Damp Rid
    • Misty Heather
      Brian&Nadine August 21, 2020 We use an ultraviolet electric heater that only warms the air so we don't get all the moisture in the air like with a furnace.
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      • Misty Heather
        MRJohnston August 21, 2020 Good idea.  If electric cost is a concern then she might want to look at the Camco Olympian Wave heaters.  99.8% efficient versus 60% efficiency for a rv furnace.
      • Misty Heather
        beechridge August 21, 2020 Most of condensation is from water vapor from the human occupants or cooking.

    • Misty Heather
      Seann (the Canadian) August 21, 2020 I really hope you're not thinking about wintering in Alaska in an RV I really don't know if that's doable
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      • Misty Heather
        Misty Heather August 21, 2020 I don’t have much of a choice at this time due to all the circumstances I have been given. I am just happy to have a roof over my head and am trying to make the best of it.
    • Misty Heather
      Becca Ray August 21, 2020 You could also make yourself ‘double pane windows’ by taping clear plastic over them (like people insulate windows in sticks and bricks homes in the winter). This will add a layer of trapped air to prevent condensation when you seal them well (and even us...  more
    • Misty Heather
      Misty Heather August 21, 2020 Thank you for all the tips I appreciate it
    • Misty Heather
      Seann (the Canadian) August 21, 2020 You'll need heating tape for the water hoses supplying the RV and I would suggest strongly infrared lamps keeping the undercarriage holding tanks from freezing do not do not do not leave the valves open that will create bigger problems later down the road...  more
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      • Misty Heather
        Linda Cook August 21, 2020 Hi do you have a suggestion or example for an infrared lamp
      • Misty Heather
        Seann (the Canadian) August 21, 2020 Tractor supply probably carries them
      • Misty Heather
        MRJohnston August 21, 2020 Linda Cook, search amazon for infrared heater.
    • Misty Heather
      Tom Henry August 22, 2020 Might consider making a skirt around the camper, if short on cash use old tin roofing screwed to stakes
    • Misty Heather
      Michelle Park August 24, 2020 Reflectives on windows
    • Misty Heather
      Candy and the dogs August 26, 2020 A heated hose will help. They’re pretty pricey but worth it.
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    • Misty Heather
      Doc & Princess September 9, 2020 Head south!  LOL  That's what we're doing this year!
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