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CarPlan De-ionised water - 5 litres for irons / car batteries £1.50. Add on item @ Amazon
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CarPlan De-ionised water - 5 litres for irons / car batteries £1.50. Add on item @ Amazon

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Posted 19th Dec 2019Edited by:"Handel78"

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Great for irons to stop scale build up. 5 litre bottle of De-ionised water.

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I use the water from the condenser reservoirs of the tumble dryer and dehumidifier.
The_Name_With_No_Man19/12/2019 09:18

I use the water from the condenser reservoirs of the tumble dryer and …I use the water from the condenser reservoirs of the tumble dryer and dehumidifier.


Interesting. Does that have the same anti-scale properties then? If so I've wasted a lot of money on the bottled stuff for our iron!!
Add_to_Basket19/12/2019 09:47

Interesting. Does that have the same anti-scale properties then? If so …Interesting. Does that have the same anti-scale properties then? If so I've wasted a lot of money on the bottled stuff for our iron!!


Water that has been evaporated and condensed (or distilled) is the purest type of water, better than that which has merely been deionised
boostii19/12/2019 09:51

Water that has been evaporated and condensed (or distilled) is the purest …Water that has been evaporated and condensed (or distilled) is the purest type of water, better than that which has merely been deionised


Thank you.

I actually feel quite bad that I have been tipping all that water away for the last few years since we've had our condenser tumble dryer!

From now on I will make an effort to save it and start putting it in the iron! (It's actually a steam generator so gets through loads of water!) I think I'll even use a slower spin speed on the washing machine so even more ends up in the iron and not down the drain!
Add_to_Basket19/12/2019 09:57

Thank you.I actually feel quite bad that I have been tipping all that …Thank you.I actually feel quite bad that I have been tipping all that water away for the last few years since we've had our condenser tumble dryer! From now on I will make an effort to save it and start putting it in the iron! (It's actually a steam generator so gets through loads of water!) I think I'll even use a slower spin speed on the washing machine so even more ends up in the iron and not down the drain!


If you want to test it, put some in a black frying pan and boil it dry. If you can't see any water spots or residue left over, then the water was good enough.
For those that don't have humidifiers or condensers, look out for sites of Spotless water, around 4p a litre for non account holders

I tried posting it as a deal before but the company isn't allowed
a666andy19/12/2019 11:44

For those that don't have humidifiers or condensers, look out for sites of …For those that don't have humidifiers or condensers, look out for sites of Spotless water, around 4p a litre for non account holdersI tried posting it as a deal before but the company isn't allowed


Is this a relatively new venture as the majority of the locations I've clicked on say "coming soon"
gazdoubleu19/12/2019 18:26

Is this a relatively new venture as the majority of the locations I've …Is this a relatively new venture as the majority of the locations I've clicked on say "coming soon"


I've no idea to be honest, it's a while ago since i found out about them, it just looks like they're trying to expand lots and fast. The locations map has 2 coloured pins, blue are existing and the grey coming soon. I think it was something like 150 locations when i first found them but their site says up to 430 sites will be available.

To be fair, sites can be as little as a metal shipping container plonked in a parking space or industrial area, nothing fancy so easy to expand to new sites i guess
a666andy19/12/2019 19:11

I've no idea to be honest, it's a while ago since i found out about them, …I've no idea to be honest, it's a while ago since i found out about them, it just looks like they're trying to expand lots and fast. The locations map has 2 coloured pins, blue are existing and the grey coming soon. I think it was something like 150 locations when i first found them but their site says up to 430 sites will be available.To be fair, sites can be as little as a metal shipping container plonked in a parking space or industrial area, nothing fancy so easy to expand to new sites i guess


I'll keep an eye out thanks. I've tried this condensate trick that's mentioned above but the water was contaminated with clothing fibres (likely plastic given all the polyester clothing) from my heat pump dryer. I also found mould spores growing in there after a short while especially from the dehumidifier.
Yes, it went hot!
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