Originally Posted by Carle
Question about keeping moisture out of my RV during winter months … freezes where we are over the winter. The unit will be under cover.
I was going to use DryZAir pebbles, then someone put me on to an electric small dehumidifier. RV will be stored 20 mins from my house. Any ideas on how to best drain the accumulated water without having to check it weekly? or every few days? I am new to this. Thanks for any ideas.
I agree with Jamie G = Cold air much dryer. But in the warmer months you might put a de-hummid. in the bathroom area and have it drain in the shower. Just makes you check your holding tank every week or so and drain when like half full? After you check on it a few times you might see you can go a month or more without draining holding tanks.
I been using damp rid (in a bucket) then throw it away every few mo. Mine is inside an insulated building and it says much cooler in the sumer (85 - 88 deg for HI) and much warmer in the winter (30 -40 deg last year for lows). So I been leaving one or both roof vents open - sometimes a window. No mold problems so far.
During the warm month im taking mine out almost every weekend so it gets a good exchange of air while im playing with it or doing mods.
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