When you live in a small enclosed space, humidity can be a pretty major issue.
If you also live in an environment that tends to be humid most days, the trouble can be doubled.
My partner and I purchased an RV to take to the lake on weekends, and when we started working from our own residence a few weeks ago, we started spending more time at the lake. Now we are living there full-time and we are starting to have a good amount of trouble with the indoor humidity. When my partner and I take a shower, there is condensation that builds up on the top of the bathroom ceiling and inside the bedroom area. When I am cooking downstairs in the kitchen area, sometimes there is a bit of humidity by the A/C machine. I started to focus on the issue with the condensation and I talked to a few other people in the RV park about the problem… Everyone has the same suggestion which was to buy a dehumidifier. My partner and I wondered if a dehumidifier would actually solve the problem. We performed some online research to see if dehumidifiers would work well in this particular situation. It turns out that numerous RV owners have a way to dehumidify the indoor air. If you don’t want to spend a fortune on damprid, then you need to get a dehumidifier… This humid and tropical temperature can cause all sorts of problems if you live in a small space. We decided to order a small dehumidifier online. We use the dehumidifier when we cook or shower and especially on particularly sizzling days sort of like today.