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Old 10-10-2018, 10:29 AM   #1
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Window Condensation

With the cold weather upon us, those of us who have single pane windows face condensation! The water runs down the wall later in the morning as the temp warms up. Anyone with suggestions on alleviating the condensation other than changing to double pane glass? I have heard about using bubble wrap which would have to be removed daily and dried out.

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Old 10-10-2018, 10:35 AM   #2
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Keep the heat down during the night and crack a window open a bit. During the day use a similar approach.
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Interesting, ALJO, thanks!

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Agree with the open window or even a roof vent cracked open a bit. Propane creates mositure and so does breathing. Leaving a vent or window cranked open a little could really help.
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Agree with the open window or even a roof vent cracked open a bit. Propane creates mositure and so does breathing. Leaving a vent or window cranked open a little could really help.

X2 ... add cooking, washing dishes, showering to the list of moisture contributors.

In our class B we got rid of the condensation by opening the ceiling vent slightly and opening a window slightly by our heads.
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We run a dehumidifier, makes a world of difference.
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Crack window/ceiling vent. Use electric space heater in place of propane heat (if it's freezing temps you'll still want to use propane heat to help the belly stay warmish). Dehumidifier. Have fun!
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Old 10-11-2018, 07:29 AM   #9
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Thank you for all of your suggestions! Will put them to the test this weekend - high temp of 45 at the fall festival we are going to!
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We run a dehumidifier, makes a world of difference.
The hard part is getting one quiet enough to be acceptable in the tight confines of an RV. I've only found one such critter but it had a high failure rate and after going through two of them I'm on a quest to find a replacement. Hopefully you can find one that satisfies your needs.
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