Tiny Living | How To Prevent and Get Rid of Condensation

When I first started looking into tiny living, one problem people consistently complained about was condensation. I understood how and why it happened, but because I planned on spending all my time in the desert, I figured it wouldn’t be a problem for me. Boy, was I wrong! I was condensation-free in Nevada, Arizona, and by the Mexican Border in California. Once I moved up to High Desert, however, condensation finally became a problem.

Water was rolling off the windows on the inside. And, eventually, I even had water in my bed. This happened because my murphy bed folds against the interior of the front cap of the RV and it started sweating on the inside. It took me weeks to figure out what was wrong and how to solve it, so if you’re having similar problems, I hope this video helps. If the embedded video doesn’t play for you, use this link.

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11 thoughts on “Tiny Living | How To Prevent and Get Rid of Condensation

    1. 100% sure I would have zero condensation in the DRY DESERT. Mother Nature had the last laugh on that one. 😅

  1. This was really interesting! Though not living in an RV myself, I am building a Tiny House on Wheels and whilst I am hoping condensation won’t be a big problem, your solutions are definitely worth knowing for they are things I wouldn’t have thought about. Thanks! (Oh, and super cute cat.)

    1. Thank you, Fiona! Good luck on your tiny home building project. If you notice condensation in your tiny home, act fast. It can turn into mold, mildew and some other nasty stuff pretty quickly.

    1. Thank you! It was definitely uncomfortable. I still keep an eye on it, just in case.

    1. Thank you! That was not fun at all. I really was starting to wonder if the RV had sprung a leak somewhere. We had a light drizzle of rain about a day or two before it started.

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