A/C in your face
I gotta know. Anyone figured out a good way to keep the A/C From blowing in your face all night? In the Clipper 17FQ, no matter how we seem to adjust the vents, the design of the camper funnels the windstorm right on top of us, leading to dry throats and potential sniffles.
I'm thinking some command hooks on the ceiling and hanging a cloth across the vent to temper the airflow.
Anyone with any thoughts?
Coachmen Clipper 17FQ / 2013 Chevy Silverado