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Old 11-10-2015, 07:04 AM   #1
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How to Keep Mildew and Mold from Growing in your RV While in Storage

When storing your RV away for a long period of time, it is very important that you make sure that you keep the inside dry and free of moisture. Not doing so can create many problems including mildew and mold growth, which not only stinks but can create damage and need a lot of clean up. This is why we carry many compact dehumidifiers that do not need power to work. These have a special formula that will absorb moisture and keep your inside humidity level at its lowest. Find the one you are looking for today at RVupgrades.com.


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Since we live in a pretty humid place, (Cincinnati), I find ventilation works best. I keep a roof vent open (under a vent cover) and the jalousie window open a crack to allow air in. I also prop fridge open and the closets have vented doors for air circulation. Never had a fungus or mold issue, winter or summer. If the RV were sealed up, then problems could grow.

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