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Old 04-11-2018, 05:13 AM   #11
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Besides dusting everyday, how can I control the dust in here, lol. Never had such a dusty RV.
That can be a challenge. We have 2 Brittany Spaniels and dog hair/dander along with unpaved campground roads can make a mess. We find the air conditioner is affected the most. As that fan runs constantly in warmer months the filter needs to be washed weekly. A small " air purifier" may help during heating conditions. As the furnace draws air from the floor vacuuming the carpet and swiftering the tile near the furnace air return grill can help. New campers can be very "dusty" as the cut fibers of the carpet, linens, curtain, upholstery fabrics become airborne.
Hope this helps.
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Old 04-11-2018, 05:17 AM   #12
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That can be a challenge. We have 2 Brittany Spaniels and dog hair/dander along with unpaved campground roads can make a mess. We find the air conditioner is affected the most. As that fan runs constantly in warmer months the filter needs to be washed weekly. A small " air purifier" may help during heating conditions. As the furnace draws air from the floor vacuuming the carpet and swiftering the tile near the furnace air return grill can help. New campers can be very "dusty" as the cut fibers of the carpet, linens, curtain, upholstery fabrics become airborne.
Hope this helps.
Yes it helps. Thank you
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:19 AM   #13
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https://www.amazon.com/Eureka-EasyCl...d+vacuum&psc=1

We have 3 dogs that shed in our camper. This guy has been awesome. Will say that the brush drive mechanism has started to act up. Guessing its dog hair wrapped around the shaft. Havent taken it apart yet. Usually have to reach in and get the brish turning, then its fine. It is great for reaching into ducts(I pull registers off) and cleaning all the hair that falls in there.
Filter works great on it and it doesn't just pick up the big stuff and discharge dusty air back out. Relatively low cost and they are nice and small.
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