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Join Date: Oct 1999
Location: Ima Clarkonian!
I run a dehumidifier during the spring and summer months. Mine is set somewhere between 60-70% IIRC. My camp is elevated a few feet so I run the hose out through a hole I drilled in the floor. It really helps. When we used to get up there frequently, I never had a problem with mold because the place was opened up almost every weekend and no dehumidifier was needed. When my wife's grandmother came to live with us thge last 4 years of her life, we were lucky to get up there once a month. We weren't able to get up there one summer for over 2 months and when we did show up, there was a lovely fuzz over everything. Now I'm semi retired and have summers off, I plan on spending more time up there and I won't have to run the dehumidifier so much. I think I'll try those damp rid bags, though.
I don't have ducks. I don't have rows. I have squirrels. And they're drunk.