Controlling Moisture When Stored
We live in Florida and high humidity is a HUGE problem! I always put a Damp Rid in there before we lock it up - whether it's going to be sitting for 2 months or 5. We also have 2 vents that we leave open (covered with AirMax covers). But it just isn't enough. The place where we store the camper is covered but still open air.
The last couple times we picked up the camper to prepare for a trip, all surfaces had some level of mold on it. We cleaned the whole thing with bleach and water, fans and lots of air flow! But I can only have the camper hooked up to power when we are leaving on a trip, and then it an only be curbside for 24-48 hours. This moisture is a huge problem which could eventually create a plethora of problems.
Anyone have any suggestions for handling MORE moisture than a tub of Damp Rid can handle? Should I try an industrial size tub of Damp Rid? Should I change my Damp Rid once a month? Anyone had any success with kitty litter or anything similar? Looking for suggestions. We do not have access to power so a humidifier and/or fan are out.