RV and camper owners, let’s be honest. When is the last time you looked under your bed? More specifically, under your mattress? If you’ve not done so lately, there just may be monsters lurking under your bed! But not the kind your 4 year old is frantic about. What we’re referring to is mold growing on your mattress! And with that, grows concern for your health!
RVs and Campers having smaller interior living spaces and are much more prone to unwelcome more pungent odors quickly. To mitigate and control what’s stinking up your RV, you’ll first need to know identify the odor and where they are coming from. Then, you’ll need to know how to tackle nasty odors in your motorhome or camper and keep them from coming back. But reaching for toxic sprays and chemicals isn’t the answer.
Condensation is one of the biggest causes of damage to an RV or camper’s interior. But also, it can eventually lead to health issues due to mold and mildew in a confined space. This helpful guide will help you to keep unnecessary moisture and humidity out of your RV and stop condensation from happening in your RV.
As the freezing winter season rolls in, RV owners have to make the decision to winterize their RV or put it a storage with climate control. For those who are forced into winterizing their camper, there’s necessary steps to ensure all of your RV systems and components will all work properly when it’s time to go camping again.
Mold and mildew will absolutely DESTROY the inside of your RV! In addition to damaging your camper, it will make your family sick and miserable. However, portable RV dehumidifiers will quickly help to reduce moisture while maintaining a low percentage of humidity in your RV. Thus, creating a much healthier environment for your family so you can enjoy living in your motorhome or camper.