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Hanging dehumidifier for wardrobes £1.00 from Poundland

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Can't see them online but they are instore. Looks similar to the one from Dunelm. Link in the next comment.
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Can't see them online but they are instore. Looks similar to the one from Dunelm. Link in the next comment.
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If these are anything like the tub ones they are amazing.
They collect the water underneath in the bag thingy......I put one in my car and it has cured the steamed up window in the morning that I had.
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They collect the water in the plastic bag underneath. I've got one in the wardrobe and I couldn't believe how much water was there after a couple of weeks.

Edited By: nandito39 on May 04, 2014 15:23: added
#4
Will go and get some to try. Jusst moved into new house with huge built in wardrobes and want to avoid any nasty surprises
#5
Is it reusable, is there a way of getting the water/moisture out of it to use again?

I think getting one for my car would be a good idea.
#6
These aren't reuseable. They had different fragranced in my local pound land. I've also used the tub ones. All very good. Hadn't thought of using them in the car, sounds like a good idea so will try that. Thank you.
#7
wendyak
If these are anything like the tub ones they are amazing.
They collect the water underneath in the bag thingy......I put one in my car and it has cured the steamed up window in the morning that I had.

Ingenious idea!
#8
I put cat litter in my underpants for similar reasons. Especially when the weather is warm
#9
If your wardrobes have a moisture problem they would be showing signs of damp such as mould. However the car thing sounds like a good idea and if the product is the same as the Dunelm-mill one then this is a really good price. For that reason I am adding heat.
#10
mdekq007
I put cat litter in my underpants for similar reasons. Especially when the weather is warm

There are adult diapers for your problem and possibly visit to a professional or two.

Not even remotely funny
#11
simcolorstay
mdekq007
I put cat litter in my underpants for similar reasons. Especially when the weather is warm

There are adult diapers for your problem and possibly visit to a professional or two.

Not even remotely funny
Well I thought it was a light hearted comment about getting sweaty in the heat and very funny, not a nasty comment about incontinence. I was actually thinking of a diy solution myself (for my wardrobes, not my pants) eg bicarb in old tights? Ooh the glamour of my boudoir...Hot though eh, might lookout for them. Thanks for posting.

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