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Old 11-08-2012
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Re: Winter Moisture Control

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Originally Posted by amarinesurveyor View Post
OK, so maybe I should have said...lowers the relative humidity? The point I was trying to make is that CIRCULATING warm air and heating the inside surfaces seemed to reduce or eliminate condensation for me.......
Agreed, if you actually get the surfaces warm. It's when moist warm air meets cool surfaces that the air next to that surface will lower to the dew point and you get condensation.

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Minnewaska, your post is not trying to help them solve the problem of staying warm and dry. Why not offer some helpful advice?
Brian
See post 38
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