Is an RV dehumidifier really necessary? Look, you
wasted spent a lot of money on your RV. Let’s not let it be slowly ruined by moisture. And let’s face it, you want to camp as comfortably as possible, or our blog wouldn’t be here. We are not necessarily here about necessity. Though, this seems to be in the necessity category.
And as far as I am concerned, humidity is the devil’s spit, and it makes me very uncomfortable. So let’s get rid of it, shall we?
This quiet, little Eva-dry Edv-1100 Electric Petite Dehumidifier unit is perfect for pulling moisture out of your RV when it’s in use or in storage (if you have a power supply and can check on it every few days).
It helps prevent mold and mildew, uncomfortably damp upholstery and clothing, and helps keep away the termites and other insects that love humidity. As a bonus, it might help clear musty odors and cooking odors too.
Because, who wants to smell like swamp butt with onions? Who wants to wake up wet in bed without having a really good night to justify it?
Does not run hot or put out much heat, if any.
Sucks the humidity out of the RV without changing its temperature.
Using “Whisper Technology”, there’s no air compressor, so it’s very quiet.
Compact size fits in your camper and can be easily moved.
Low energy consumption, 23 watts to power.
It plugs into a standard wall socket (110).
Eliminates musty odors and fungus.
It holds up to 16oz of water and automatically turns off when water tank is full.
Easy to empty water tank.
Depending on the amount of humidity, the tank can fill in 2-7 days.
Want to monitor your humidity levels?
Check out this awesome pocket-sized digital hygrometer. The AcuRite 00613 digital humidity monitor includes an indoor thermometer, hygrometer, and humidity gauge indicator. You can clip it, use its magnets on metal, or stand it upright on a table. Plus, it keeps daily high and low records. Squeeee!
This product made your technology nerdy ears prick right up, didn’t it? Or maybe that’s just me. Schwiiing! Who cares if I ever go camping, so long as I get to check out the levels of comfort I can obtain by reducing the humidity.