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Old 05-06-2016, 11:08 PM   #11
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Another way to get rid of condensation is with AC or heat. Though I think the last thing I want to do is run the AC on a cold morning, lol.
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Old 05-07-2016, 04:09 PM   #12
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we have that problem in our Berkshire too. we put the windshield defroster on, but we usually have to keep it on to stop it from fogging back up while driving. I have heard that shaving cream on the windshield helps but I haven't tried it yet. Other than giving the advice "always RV some place warm" I can't offer any other help..... sorry.
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Old 05-07-2016, 06:01 PM   #13
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I carry an extra 10,000 btu Ac for my neck of the woods (Arizona) but it also has just dehumidifier feature. Store it behind divers seat.


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Old 05-12-2016, 08:44 AM   #14
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Look on the bright side. Using micro fiber chamois it's the best window cleaner going. Not to mention absorbing all the condensate that collects at the bottom of the window.

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Can't agree More Paul! In fact we are going to go completely Microfiber and ditch all our cotton towels and go to these:

http://www.amazon.com/Fit-Spirit%C2%AE-Absorbent-Microfiber-Skidless/dp/B016QS7BQU?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_ act_title_1&smid=A2WRS4X4C0GMOQ

I bought one set as a "test" Anne-Marie was VERY skeptical & had bad experience with the texture of other microfiber towels. She now uses the microfiber towel for her daily shower and a 20x40 one for her hair. She loves the fact that the microfiber dries completely in @ 4 hours.


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we have that problem in our Berkshire too. we put the windshield defroster on, but we usually have to keep it on to stop it from fogging back up while driving. I have heard that shaving cream on the windshield helps but I haven't tried it yet. Other than giving the advice "always RV some place warm" I can't offer any other help..... sorry.
LOL Karen! We call that the 85/50 rule: When we retire if the temperature goes above 85, we move - below 50, we move

One thing we found really worked here in the south in our old 5er was this:

Amazon.com: New and Improved Eva-dry E-500 Renewable Mini Dehumidifier: Home & Kitchen

They really work! When they absorb all the humidity you just take 'em outside, plug them in to a power-strip and that dries them out in @ 2 hours--ready to use again. They are rated to last up to 10 years and are a HECK of a lot better than using damp-rid desiccant, which can spill and makes for a NASTY clean-up -- don't ask me how I know this
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quote: Can't agree More Paul! In fact we are going to go completely Microfiber and ditch all our cotton towels and go to these:

Good to hear BamaBob! Now I don't have to worry if you will like your Goshen goodie bag!!
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