Originally Posted by donhillphoto
I live in Swampville, aka: Houston. When not in use, our RV trailer sits under a tin roof at an RV storage lot but sides are open. Mainly, it keeps sun and elements off. The guy who owned it before always kept bathroom vent open and the electric exhaust fan running. Is this good practice or would it make a lick of difference in minimizing humidity?
I'll see your Houston and raise you one Atlanta
I just leave my vent open and not running. I've never had a moister problem except when I take my sweaty self inside. When we use the trailer we run our Eva-dri. It really keeps things nice a dry and helps the AC keep things cool.
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