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Old 01-09-2011, 03:26 PM   #15
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As a new TT owner I had not thought out moisture while the unit is stored. After reading all your posts, it makes sense that moisture would build up, just never thought about it. What is damp rid, and where do I get some?
D A M P R I D - The Original Non-Electric Moisture Absorber is available at almost any WalMart, Kmart,etc. Unlike some of these products it is not harmful or corrosive.
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Ok sooooooooo close windows, vents and use damp rid? Keep windows, vents open and no damp rid? It's a 30ft TT with a loft (looks like a toy hauler but not).
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Old 01-10-2011, 06:32 PM   #17
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D A M P R I D - The Original Non-Electric Moisture Absorber is available at almost any WalMart, Kmart,etc. Unlike some of these products it is not harmful or corrosive.
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