Moisture on Headboard
Just a heads up for cold weather campers. We are parked at a National Wildlife Refuge near Austin, TX and have been here for over a month. The last week or so the temperatures have not been what you would call warm, staying just above 35 to 45 during the day and dropping below freezing at night. No problem keeping the coach warm using a couple of ceramic heaters and the heat strips in the a/c units but did discover a lot of moisture on the wall where the mattress is pushed up against the inside of the slide outside wall. We pulled the mattress back away from the wall about 6 inches and it dried right up. So...if it's been cold outside for awhile you may want to check for condensation next to the mattress. Cheers!
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