If there is one thing that every RV owner needs to spend serious time and investment on is keeping your RV dry, that is keeping the moisture out. Every RV that you drive off of the RV lot is susceptible to leaking and it will take a pro active effort on your part to prevent that from happening. Serious RV owners apply caulking to cracks and use RV covers, warm air circulators and moisture eliminators. If you would like to know more about these things and other products and advice on keeping the moisture out, you might like to view my utube videos on “Keeping It Dry” or for even more information, order my kindle book “KEEPING IT DRY.”
Keeping our own RV dry is something we have taken very seriously. I trust that you also will take measures to ensure that your RV is dry and mold free for years of safe, healthy use.
If you own a RV, unless you live in a desert where rarely rains, you will need to face this issue of “wetness” in your RV. Here are some helpful tips on keeping it dry by means of outside maintenance.
Is your RV getting wet? Watch this video for advice on keeping it dry by means of inside maintenance.