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Old 05-14-2012, 11:43 PM   #1
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Anyone else use an Eva-Dry dehumidifier when storing the trailer? I got tired of buying DampRid over and over, so I checked into dehumidifiers and settled on the Eva-Dry 2200. For $80 off Amazon, it will pay for itself vs. DampRid in no time at all. It removes moisture at a much faster rate and is easy to operate and empty. Filled the large reservoir in four days! One of the best "mods" I've done so far.
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It sounds like a great way to keep the humidity down but is there any way you can leave it running for the winter? We leave our trailer at our lot all winter and keep an electric heater going inside all the time. A humidifier might be a good thing but it would have to "auto-dump" to work for a long period of time.
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Old 05-15-2012, 10:53 AM   #3
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Yea, that's about the only drawback is that you would have to check it every so often to dump the reservoir. There is an auto shut off when it gets full. Maybe you could figure out a way to rig up a drain hose into a sink.
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