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It’s getting to that time of year when our travels for the summer are over, caravans and motor homes are being put to bed all over the country. With little or no ventilation through the winter, relative humidity is likely to cause condensation and as a result, damp – a caravan owner’s worst nightmare! Damp can spread through a caravan very quickly, leading to large and costly repairs as it makes its way into the furnishings, fabrics, walls, floors and ceilings. Musty smells and mould are often found in caravans and motor homes during the winter as a result of damp setting in. Old rubber seals, un-drained boilers and dated mastic can wreak havoc on the interior of your home from home. Mould thrives and grows on damp patches in our caravans, the damp occurs as a result of excess moisture in the air. This excess moisture comes from our daily activities, for example showering, cooking, drying washing and breathing (!) creating an atmosphere in which mould thrives. The only way to remove the moisture and prevent mould appearing on cold spots such as outside walls and the back of cupboards is to remove the extra moisture from the air.