Condensation in 351 Upper bunk bed
Bought the Georgetown 351 to have grand kids spend time with us. The love the bunk beds - good thing. They sleep well EXCEPT when the 9 year old wakes up in the morning the bunk ceiling is wet with condensation. A bit more history:
1. Kids being kids, they draw the curtain shut.
2. The larger grand daughter drew the upper bunk - she is very tall and has lots of lung capacity.
So I am fairly sure it is caused by the exhalation of moisture from grand child in an enclosed space. Does anyone know a cure? Or is the answer just to leave the curtains open?
As always, thanks for insights?
US Army - Retired and loving it with our Georgetown 351DS and now our Thor Challenger 37TB.