Originally Posted by lgnfetters
This is also my first aluminum frame/ fiberglass siding trailer I've had. When the heat is on in the trailer the walls get moisture on them where the aluminum studs are. Is a normal thing I don't remember my wood frame trailer doing that. But I never used them in the winter like this one.
Well, I have to say that using the furnace in winter does generate "some" moisture in the camper. Wet windows mostly. Cold air outside and some humidity inside will condense on the windows.
Using the stove and taking showers will add moisture to an almost sealed camper (the new ones are pretty tight and energy efficient) and again will condense on cold surfaces.
Opening a window (my 5th wheel has a tiny on at the very top of one wall) a crack will allow some of that moisture to escape. I always use the bathroom fan when showering to try and keep the humidity in the camper down.
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