Condensation is caused by warm, moist air from inside the RV hitting the cold interior walls and windows and releasing moisture.

It can rot wood, rust metal, cause mold to grow and seriously damage your RV. Here are some tips to reduce moisture inside of your RV!

Using crystal moisture absorbers can help pull the moisture from the air and keep small dark cabinets mold free.

Insulate your RV with a rug or thick curtains to help reduce condensation. You can also insulate your windows by placing a barrier between the air and the windows surface, or wipe them down as it forms.

Increasing the temperature inside your RV warms the interior surfaces and reduces the amount of condensation formed.

On dry days with no precipitation, go ahead and open the windows and vents of your RV and get that fresh air circulating! Airing your RV out regularly helps to eliminate potential hazards and damage.

Because moisture builds up in small spaces, you should leave cabinet doors open to keep the air circulating and avoid mold growth.

Instead of using your kitchen stove, consider using the oven, outdoor kitchen, or an instant pot instead.

You should open a window and use your vent fans on the roof of your RV for a few moments when you notice condensation building up on the windows.

Try not to take long, hot steamy showers. Showering is the number one cause of moisture buildup in the air of an RV. If you do shower, wiping it down and drying the towel outside reduces moisture. Avoid drying clothes or towels indoors because the moisture from damp items increases condensation gathering inside your RV.

You can use a dehumidifier and a digital hygrometer to measure and control humidity.

Switch from using your propane furnace to using an electric space heater. These emit much less moisture than a propane heater.