Originally Posted by ahicks
I'm really curious about your comment stating that you are using them without fogging? Are those windows located where the sun has a pretty good shot at them (facing south or west, without shade)? Are they normally facing north or located on a part of the coach that's normally shaded?
First I do Full Time. My MH sits out in the Sun with no shade, present time in South Florida.
Where the daytime temps hit 91-93º almost every day now.
MH windshield faces N. with full bubble wrap. With RV Quick Shades By Pacesetter Enterprises
between windshield & bubble wrap.
I did have the E. window that is not covered replaced 1 1/2 year ago because of fogging.
Side windows face E. & W. With a 21' Patio awning & 1 window awning on E. side.
E. side has bubble wrap in one 52" X 40", one 20" X 32" and one 50" X 39" One window 68" X 26" no bubble wrap but Day/Night shade is down covering 18" of it. Front door 26" X 16" has no bubble wrap but patio awning shading it and two other windows on that side.
West side has 2 window awning and bubble wrap in one 50" X 39" and one 56" X 32" window. Drivers side window 52" X 34" has bubble wrap and no awning cover.
One rear Coleman March III PS 13.5K AC on Low setting will keep inside below 74º until out side gets to around 91-92º then I turn on the front Coleman PS 13.5K AC on Low and it will cycle on & off(at 72º) keeping the temps below 74º inside.
Both running at same time on 30AMP service with EMS.
Maybe keeping the inside cool around 72-74º helps lessen the fogging then one with the bubble wrap and sits in storage with much higher(100º plus) inside temps.