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Old 03-03-2011, 07:15 AM   #15
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Keeping as much humidity out of the air as possible is key. What we do is keep both roof vents open (have covers over the FF's) until bed time. If we cook or shower at least one of the vent fans is running until cooking (& clean-up) are over and shower is wiped will cut down on the moisture in hte air if you wipe down your shower and then dry the towel(s) -- don't air dry them (unless vents are open & fans are running) them or you will continue to add moisture to the air.

We don't like to keep the vents open all night or the curtain open and the above helps a lot.
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Old 03-03-2011, 07:31 AM   #16
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Yes on drying the towels, other wise you are just moving the moister from one place to another. We squeeze.
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We have had Rv's with dual pane windows for many years and would not own one without them. As for the windshield condensation we have found the best way to beat it is when cooking open a ceiling vent to take the moisture out. Also when showering we open the bathroom ceiling vent and leave the vent open a crack until our towels dry. Using this habit of using the vents it's rare that we have any condensation on the windshield. You have to think ahead of the condensation to keep the moisture out. We use our Rv mostly in cool to cold weather (spring and fall).
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