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Wanted: Dehumidifier Newcastle Area £60.00

zuccho Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Does anyone have a Dehumidifier they would like to sell...would prefer a half decent one with a decent sized water capacity or if anyone has a link to where i can pick one up decently priced on a website would be apprecieated.

Newcastle/Sunderland/gateshead areas only for pick up.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
the £80 b and q one is the one i have been good for a couple fo years,
#2
superskilly
the £80 b and q one is the one i have been good for a couple fo years,


Do you use it much?
#3
yes loads as we have a conservatory and i don't like to put all the clothes in the drier so use the radiators which then makes loads of condensation on the conservatory roof (its proper glass). It drips downand the windows look all wet.
Plus when we have been doing the house up its fab for drawing the water out of the plaster, the next door neighbour used it just before xmas to dry his out too.
#4
superskilly
yes loads as we have a conservatory and i don't like to put all the clothes in the drier so use the radiators which then makes loads of condensation on the conservatory roof (its proper glass). It drips downand the windows look all wet.
Plus when we have been doing the house up its fab for drawing the water out of the plaster, the next door neighbour used it just before xmas to dry his out too.


Plasterer's don't recommend that you use a dehumidifier to dry it out as it can dry it out too quickly and make it prone to cracking !!!

Have you tried searching ebay for local listings for your dehumidifier ?
#5
i think this is what i need,our side door has a porch area and rather cold brick toilet!!! every day there is a big puddle of water on the floor,condensation that has dripped off the upvc door glass
its making the walls go mouldy and im at a loss as to what to do about it
#6
Mardyass
i think this is what i need,our side door has a porch area and rather cold brick toilet!!! every day there is a big puddle of water on the floor,condensation that has dripped off the upvc door glass
its making the walls go mouldy and im at a loss as to what to do about it


Sounds like the first thing you should do is insulate the walls, you can buy plasterboard with a polystyrene layer attached to it that is ideal for these sort of circumstances. Thats what I did in my small toilet.
#7
its council owned property but an older property,ive had them come and look at the mould and damp as they threw lining paper up and painted it before we moved in and within 2 weeks the mould was growing
im waiting for them to get back to me about it but dont hold much hope!
#8
alictait
Plasterer's don't recommend that you use a dehumidifier to dry it out as it can dry it out too quickly and make it prone to cracking !!!

None have ever said anything to us? Nor my neighbour next door. Always done the trick for us and had no problems.

Have you tried searching ebay for local listings for your dehumidifier ?


alictait
Sounds like the first thing you should do is insulate the walls, you can buy plasterboard with a polystyrene layer attached to it that is ideal for these sort of circumstances. Thats what I did in my small toilet.



Yes had that problem too not in this house though, out house loo. We used it in there too. Also used it when we had painted. Works a treat.
#9
Oh yours is a loo too. Yep we have a outhouse loo and outhouse utility. When we painted the loo being only a small room, ALL the paint ran, used the dehumidifier just outside the room and worked a treat.
#10
@ zuccho

is Teesside too far?
#11
no teeside would be fine depends on price and the dehumidifier?
B and Q one has mixed reviews ie. noise and only has 1.5 litre tank.
Whats the spec of yours rutter and how much you asking?
#12
#13
Yeah that sounds a good one but out of my price range I'm afraid....was looking for a decent second hand one or a cheaper that would do the job.
#14
This is second hand..although it looks new and has hardly been used. Your £60 would do it.

LMK
#15
Ok mate I'll pm you

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