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Old 04-26-2015, 05:51 PM   #31
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Some newbies close up their RV, tight as a drum, which creates a perfect environment for condensation to form from humans breathing.
Hmmmm. Being a newbie (3rd season), now I just have to figure out which would be easier.
1. Leave some ventilation.
2. Stop breathing.


Kidding, info from you old pros is how we learn. Thanks.
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Old 04-27-2015, 08:54 AM   #32
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I like the concept of the bunk liners but they look a bit too casual I guess. Not sure what the right word is. But it basically sounds like Bob will cut a strip of material off the roll to the size you need and ship it. He does not sew a seam/bead on the ends according to the web site. You then take the material and stuff it under the bunkend frame and clip it up and around the tenting. I think I could accomplish the same thing with a bunch of army wool blankets and that too would keep the cold out.

Do I have this wrong? I would like to hear from people who have actually used them.

I am totally sold on the covers. Those I will use all the time to keep the ends clean.

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Old 04-27-2015, 09:20 PM   #33
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Where is the link or info on this gizmo talk. As far as condensation goes, open a window s little and that will solve your problem. Heater will still keep you warm.
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Just google pop up gizmos- they are made in Texas.
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Old 05-10-2015, 03:48 AM   #35
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Where is the link or info on this gizmo talk. As far as condensation goes, open a window s little and that will solve your problem. Heater will still keep you warm.
Not that simple on canvas RVs, like popups and hybrids.
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