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I recently bought a plastic shed from home depot to keep the bike in. I went with plastic cause i was told there wouldn't be moisture but there is. When it heats up in the afternoon the bike "sweats" with some moisture on the engine and tank. This blows. im not to keen on keeping the bike in there. Any ideas on keeping moisture out without having to run an extension cord out there and hooking up a fan?
 

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I recently bought a plastic shed from home depot to keep the bike in. I went with plastic cause i was told there wouldn't be moisture but there is. When it heats up in the afternoon the bike "sweats" with some moisture on the engine and tank. This blows. im not to keen on keeping the bike in there. Any ideas on keeping moisture out without having to run an extension cord out there and hooking up a fan?

google moisture absorbent
 

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Ok so if the vents are installed and open fully.
When I installed my yard mate shed it came with instructions:

installation of the shed sits on should be:
level
on the higher area of local water table
installed on sutable base, IE concrete blocks or drain rock are better than grass

Personally I found working in the shed for long periods in the winter my breathe would cause condensation and I found a 60 watt bulb on all night fixed the problem.
 
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