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Old 11-27-2012, 10:19 AM   #1
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Storing in North Florida

Taking a trip to Florida in a week and have decided to store my motor home in the Jacksonville area rather than bring it back to Ohio. I've already decided that since I have the pink antifreeze to use it, the few bucks is well worth the piece of mind in case of a really cold snap. I have tire covers and plastic sheets for under the tires which I will use. I use moth balls in containers on top of tires to help keep the mice out. Stabilizer for the fuel (gas). Unfortunately I will not be able to run my generator once a month as I do now. Anything else I can do to the generator? My other question is I have a ADCO cover which I use in Ohio, what about Florida? I've read all the threads debating cover or no cover. Personally I like to cover. If nothing else it will protect it from the Florida sun. Is humidity an issue in the winter? Would the cover promote mold in the interior? I do use several damp rid products.
Thanks in advance for your opinions.

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Old 11-27-2012, 04:25 PM   #2
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Those adco covers ventilate really good so it will let air flow, and will keep the winter stuff off the unit

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Old 11-28-2012, 01:35 PM   #3
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Lots of potential for damage from salt air as well that a cover greatly minimizes. If not covering the vehicle a trick that helps is to spray the chrome with clear lacquer to minimize oxidation and rust and corrosion.
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