Dehumidifier for an RV

We are living fulltime in a 36 ft. fifth wheel. Now that winter is approaching Kansas, humidity is going to be a problem. What size of a dehumidifier do you suggest? thanks.............

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Dec 07, 2011
thanks for your question
by: Lisa- site expert

Hi Anonymous,
Thanks for your question. I do not receive compensation from any air purifier/humidifier/dehumidifier company. I just say it as I see it, know it. As for the Eva Dry, yes, as with any electrical product there can be problems, but overall it is very inexpensive and gets 3.5 stars on over 150 ratings, so I'd say that's quite positive. Luckily we can all have our opinions :)
Lisa

Dec 07, 2011
Is it really crap?
by: Anonymous

Yeah, after reading several reviews on AMAZON, the conclusion is that this product is loud, does a poor job at removing vapor, and breaks easily for no reason. Is the previous poster paid by EVA DRY?

Nov 13, 2010
Full time Camper RV dehumidifier
by: Lisa- site expert

Hi,
That is kinda bold that you'll be living in it over the winter in Kansas, hopefully you have some wind protection- ha! I lived in Iowa and know the winters can be brutal. So, yes, a good RV dehumidifier will be helpful.
Since it's going to be within ear shot most anywhere you are in the RV, I'd suggest the Eva Dry dehumidifier 2200 mid sized, it's only a foot tall and gets good reviews from consumers who use it in their 35-38' Rvs, gets good reviews in general across the board. Mainly it's quiet and has auto shut off when the tank is full, so no overflow.
This Eva dry RV dehumidifier does need to be plugged in, unlike some of their wireless units, but this means it will do a better job of dehumidifying the air.
Dehumidifiers can be loud, so if this one doesn't trip your trigger, then do make sure the one you get is quiet. Hope you enjoy Rv living, sounds like it could be fun!
To your health,
Lisa

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