Originally Posted by Wildcat Buckeye
Does this not concern anyone else.Seems to dry is bad.Not as bad maybe as to moist,
In recent years our TT has spent a lot of time in both CO and in FL.
When in the dry southwest air of western CO I pay extra attention to the window, door, corner seals (I've already sealed the roof with Eternabond Tape) as that caulk tends to dry out quickly. I also keep the tires covered to protect them from UV degradation. I don't worry about the interior except to pour some water in the toilet to keep the seal wet.
When in FL I'm frequently chasing mold around the interior (with a sponge and bleach) and cleaning the exterior... especially the awning. Uggghhhh!
Personally I prefer that my TT be in dry heat and not in high humidity. Same for myself.
2014 Micro Lite 19fd
2015 F-150 5.0L V8 XLT Crew Cab, 4x4, Tow Package, 36 gal tank, 3.55 locker, 1891 payload, Integrated Brake Controller, Roadmaster Active Suspension
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