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Old 08-01-2017, 10:50 PM   #14
tnedator
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Originally Posted by Mike in AZ View Post
Yeah, the Arizona desert is different than most other parts of the country.

For humidity control, might I suggest looking on Amazon? There are a lot of items for that, some small (for a storage box, say), some for gun safes or closets. But I also saw some for whole rooms. Some need power (plug n or battery) but others do not.
On something small like a gun safe, a lot of options, but for larger areas (basements, garages, possibly houses and others) around here dehumidifiers are about the only option, if the HVAC doesn't handle it completely. We are typically 50% humidity during the day, and by sun down it's climbing past 60% and will typically be 80-90%+ in the overnight hours.

I figure for the RV, I'll start by keeping a WiFi temp/humidity gauge in it and see how high the humidity gets. If it mostly stays in the low 50s, then probably leave it alone. If it's routinely approaching or over 60%, then I would be afraid to leave it without some dehumidification.
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