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Old 02-08-2014, 02:36 AM   #11
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Just saw this on camping world sale flyer on the internet. It has good reviews. Good luck. ditto what everybody else reported on the other procedures.

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Old 02-08-2014, 11:10 AM   #12
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Anyone ever try one of these and if so how well do they work? Reading the reviews it seems promising.

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Looks like a small heater. It will not "remove" moisture from the air. It raises the temperature around it. This drops the relative humidity around the unit. The moisture will still be in the RV. I'm thinking this wouldn't work well in a damp environment.
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put a maxx air vent cover over your bathroom fan vent then when you open it the rain wont get in and you can run your fan
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Looks like a small heater. It will not "remove" moisture from the air. It raises the temperature around it. This drops the relative humidity around the unit. The moisture will still be in the RV. I'm thinking this wouldn't work well in a damp environment.
I do have one in my tt, along with 3 damp rid bags, one bag in the kitchen/living room, one in the kids bunks room, and the last one in the outside kitchen, 2 years old camper and smell and look brand new! $7.99 damp rid box of three bags last a month in my Surveyor. When camping, we just use one bag and the air dryer 1000. Works great!
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