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Old 11-20-2016, 04:14 PM   #1
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Here is something that helped me and the fam. At night, whether it is cold or hot, try using a Humidifier. This will help with the air being dry. You will wake up refreshed.

I am using this from Amazon, Prolux Steam Air Humidifier . Use Distilled water.
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Just the opposite for me. I use a dehumidifier. Too dry air is usually not a problem in my neck of the woods.
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I always thought a dehumidifier was a necessity for any RV particularly an Airstream! I had a catalytic heater once but after realizing how much moisture was condensing inside the walls I stopped using it. If you feel you need some humidity you could burn an unvented heater for a short time before bed.
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Old 11-20-2016, 06:43 PM   #4
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strange! i always, and the entire fam too that our lips are very dry, my nostrils feels like a desert.
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Em . . . could the differences be related to location, season, temperature, humidity, use of hot air furnace or air conditioner, number of occupants incl. pets, cooking inside trailer, windows cracked open, etc.?

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