Preventing Condensation on Tent Trailer Ceiling

We have a travel trailer with beds that fold down on both ends with a tent like canopy. (Its a CUB.) When we turn the heat on they sweat and drip on us at night. How can we fix this?

By Cheryl from TX

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January 16, 20100 found this helpful

A little venting should do the trick. good luck.

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January 16, 20100 found this helpful

You need to open something - a window I guess. Just something to let some air in. That's what we have to do in our camper or it gets moist inside.

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