Does your cooler smell like something died in it? And, what is that black mold growing in it anyway? Does your ice chest make you turn up your nose at those awful odors permeating from your last camping trip? If you think that regular dishwashing soap will get rid of that nasty stench and what’s causing those pungent odors in your cooler, think again!
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. So, we’ve put together a helpful guide on how to keep condensation, unnecessary moisture and humidity out of your RV.
RV owners should periodically clean and sanitize your RV fresh water tank. If you don’t, there’s chance that you and your family will get sick from mold and bacteria growing inside the tank. We’ll show you the correct and safe water tank cleaning process to ensure your RV’s potable water is safe.
Do you know what the number one that will absolutely destroy the inside of your RV? Mold and Mildew! And not only will it damage your RV or camper, it will make your family sick. But a good dehumidifier will quickly reduce and maintain a healthy level of humidity in the air creating a healthy environment for your family.