5 Ways To Beat Humidity on the Road

It is natural to have an RV with high humidity due to condensation.

If you notice that your RV is getting steamy, you must take one of the following five steps to prevent moisture damage to your RV as well as your own health.

According to ColtonRV,

“The condensation clings to the windows, settles on the walls, and even seeps between joints. If you don’t have a way to reduce the humidity, mold and mildew will start to form, and metal structures can start corroding — posing health risks for you and reducing the life of your recreational vehicle. As an RV owner, it’s essential that you stay on top of the moisture issue”.

5 Ways To Beat Humidity on the Road

  • Dehumidifiers
    There are two types of dehumidifiers. Crystal dehumidifiers are made of calcium chloride and drains the dampness in the air without electricity. On the other hand, electrical dehumidifiers help to adjust the humidity in the RV without flaw.
    To measure the humidity in your RV, use a hygrometer ( to measure moisture) and keep the Relative Humidity to 30%-50%.
  • Exhaust Fans
    Whenever using the shower as well as cooking indoors in your RV, make sure to keep the Exhaust fan running.
  • Increase Interior Temperature
    Preventing the humidity due to which the water vapor sticks to the upholstery and other surfaces is easy too. All that you need to do is increase the temperature of the interior by a few degrees than the exterior temperature.
  • Stop Air Drying Wet fabric inside
    Air drying clothes will increase the humidity in your RV. Hence, if you are having moisture troubles in your RV, stop air drying.
  • Cook Outdoors
    As indoor cooking leads to increase in the vapors inside the RV, it is better to cook outdoors. This way you can also save up on your electricity and gas charges.

Check this video on how to tackle RV Humidity

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The moisture levels in your RV can get soggy when there is a drastic temperature variation in the interior and exterior of your RV as well. Make sure to keep a check on the interior humidity when undergoing seasonal changes.

How do you tackle humidity? Tell us in the comments below.

 

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