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Static Caravans - Dehumidifier Advice and Experience
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userDavid Rutherford
Posted: 8 September 2005 8:00 AM
Subject: Static Caravans - Dehumidifier Advice and Experience
 


Hi, I have owned a static caravan since the end of July. As winter is now approaching, what are the benefits of using a dehumidifier when the caravan is unoccupied a) During the week over the winter period? and b) over the 7 week park shut down period mid-Jan to March? If anyone has any experience of a particular make and model they would recommend (with hot gas defrost and continuous drain) that would be most welcome. Many thanks.
userForester
Posted: 7 May 2007 7:16 AM
Subject: RE: Static Caravans - Dehumidifier Advice and Experience
 


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Sorry for the late reply. When i owned one we used charcoal it did a realy good job & you can use them for your bbq when dried. (no power on when site closed)
userwoody.
Posted: 9 August 2009 10:02 PM
Subject: RE: Static Caravans - Dehumidifier Advice and Experience
 


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When site closes for winter , turn off and drain all taps ,blow water pipes out using a foot pump , i always used to put vaseline on all chrome / bright work ,and put saucers of table salt in every room [ to collect damp this is thrown away when site reopens and is usually solid ] when reopening run a dehumidifier for a day and wipe all vasellined surfaces dry with a clean cloth. Just like new again , people also usually put a set of old curtains up as well and take the others to be cleaned .
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