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By Russ and Tiña De Maris First, a hat-tip to our readers. We have some of the brightest readers in the RV field. Some time back we wrote a piece about dealing with humidity in your RV. Of course, we included the “standard” advice about making sure you use ceiling vents when producing prodigious amounts of moisture and, of course, using the microwave instead of cooking on the stove top. But one reader has a dehumidifier “mod” that takes care of its own drain water. Reader Jef Boutin has a “one up” on our suggestions for dealing with humidity in the RV. Jef writes that in addition to using the “course of wisdom” tricks, he bought a dehumidifier for use in his rig last winter. Jef wrote, “WOW, what a difference! I still get a little fog in the corners of the windows, but not more than that.” Before you consign Jef’s thought to the “Yeah, OK. So what?” file, here’s the rest of the story that makes this reader’s thought outstanding. It’s where to put the dehumidifier and how to deal with the moisture that it pulls out of the air that counts. We’ll let Jef speak on this directly. “After getting tired of emptying the internal bucket several times a day, I needed to find a way to have it drain with its drain hose attached. First, I put the dehumidifier in the bathtub and let the water run out of the drain. But then we had […]