Just found this whilst looking on youtube at rv moisture problems
Also available is RV roof vent insulation, ready made.
The ones with reflectix on one side are particularly nice, facing up in the summer to keep the heat out, and down in the winter to keep the heat in.
For those of us that wish to retain our view, the clear plastic type you would use on the inside of your windows at home works too.
Dry heat, and enough of it to overpower the necessary ventilation also works well.
absolutely i dont understand why this simple fact eludes most people??
I think the problem is that they don’t teach common sense, life skills, or useful problem solving skills in schools.
I sometimes think the internet is a better learning experience than schools, but then you’ve got promoters giving bad advice, and in the case of vandwelling, newbies without a clue posting how-to videos.
I was extremely lucky, I grew up doing a lot of camping with my grandfather, and he was extremely safety conscious. Later, I had long time fulltimers as mentors. I had the good fortune of working and traveling with a number of them.