Originally Posted by Paulie Boy
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:
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.
Originally Posted by RKNOLA
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
Bob & Anne-Marie [BamaBob & 6 Actual]
| 2017 Berkshire XLT 43A with Ultrasteer Tag | Blue Ox Avail + KarGard II |
| SMI AF-1 Air Brake | 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland TOAD | Pedego Bikes |
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