Re: Dry Z Air
I use Dry Z Air in Toad during storage. Two of the containers gather about a cup of liquid each, every couple weeks. You'll note that I said "liquid" , not water. The stuff that collects is corrosive, so if you spill it, wipe it up right away. And, good luck with that, since it doesn't absorb in paper towel like water. It's sorta like trying to wipe up Jello with a paper towel. It always pays to read the instructions.
When it comes to camping, I've experienced condensation on the windows, from two people and a dog exhaling. You do know that it is recommended that you drink eight cups of water a day... Anyway, I see the condensation as an opportunity to clean the windows. I wipe them with paper towels, conveniently stowed over the sink with a stainless, spring-loaded paper towel holder.
I've not experienced a wet mattress, but I am getting older, a lot sooner than I expected.
2009 Escape 17B "Toad"
2008 Toyota RAV4 V6 Sport
North Vancouver, British Columbia
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