So there are lots of people who leave their RV stored in Florida during the summer while they retreat to the north to avoid the heat and humidity. But what about the RV, is it ok not to keep at least a high temp setting of 85 degrees or there about to minimize moisture inside and prevent mold and mildew?
I would love too hear everyone’s opinions on this, cool the rig to avoid problems, or just stock it up with kitty litter and other moisture tapping stuff in hopes to avoid excess moisture and mold growth.
Cool or not to cool.
So the climate plays a role in this also and how good your seals and gaskets on the RV are also play a role in this picture. If everything is in good condition and fairly new, then it may not be such a big deal, but when you aren’t around and it’s closed up, do you really know how good the seals are?
Yes it also depends on available power to run the ac and your budget. So that aside, what would you do, do you have any stories to share?
Really like top hear from you!
BTW my opinion is if I could afford to leave a rig stored in Florida and be someplace else and I had power to it, I would run the air to preserve the condition of the unit as best I can and minimize the risk of damage and expense of getting rid of mold!