Dehumidifier (1 Viewer)

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Celia1957

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Does anyone use a dehumidifier in this cold weather when touring if so which one would you recommend thanks
 

Lanerboy

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I use a ecoair deccasant type one use it over night stops all condensation on the windows I only use it really as I bought it when I had a boat moored in Weymouth so may aswell put it to use rather than leave it in the garage
 

tuscancouple

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We used to carry one all the time on our RV travels. Great for dryng wet/damp cycling clothes and keeping the place warm when on. Needs electric hook up though. Don't have it in the PVC, not enough space :)

Mick
 

Garratt

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Yes, in wintertime a dehumidifier is a really good idea to keep the condensation at bay from wet coats/dogs/towels. We use a Meaco dessicant type as these will work down to low temperatures whereas the compressor types tend to stop working at around 10C.
 
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Dry clothes in a closed shower with the shower rooflight open. No condensation & they dry in no time.

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