Location: newton aycliffe Joined: 03/9/2010
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Hi everyone we have joined the world of touring caravans with a 2003 Avondale dart 556/6. She's in lovely condition has been resealed and can't fault . We are living the freedom a caravan gives us that you just hitch and go . Just wanted to ask we are a large family 2 adults and 5 children , during this weekend we have returned from we had large amount of condensation on the inside of the Windows , I know this is to be expected as there is a lot of us and on waking I open all Windows . We did leave blow heating on low and had both roof vents sky lights open . Is there anything else we can do ? Also do caravans really need the reflective blinds ? Just starting so yes few strange questions . Thanks
Outfit: Sterling Europa 460 NT Location: North Yorkshire Joined: 13/5/2005
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we usually have the windows nearest where we're sleeping on the first catch and that always seemed to help, also found that the windows that got the sun first always got rid of the bit of condensation we did get very quickly
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Outfit: Double Dutch Kip Caravan Location: south cheshire Joined: 07/9/2007
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Brrrr! I wouldn't leave my window open, I sleep with my head next to it! What I do is put a rolled up microfibre towel at the bottom to catch the drips, open the next morning and wipe the window down. It only seems to do this in the Spring and Autumn, it's the low night temps that do it.
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