Damp Trap 50p - scanning at 25p @ Asda
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Damp Trap 50p - scanning at 25p @ Asda

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Found 13th May 2013
Damp traps reduced to 50p and scanning through at 25p in Asda Metro Centre, Gateshead. Think they are the large ones? (Bigger than the twin packs from poundland)

Perfect for leaving in car etc and cheapest I've ever seen.

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Can confirm in Canterbury. They had SEL of 25p.

Are these panty liners?

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muggy

Are these panty liners?


http://i.stack.imgur.com/jiFfM.jpg

these are great for under the sink and they actually work!

Doesn't aircon remove the damp from air in a car?

yup....these are excellent....and this is by far the cheapest I've ever seen them!!
Stock up!!

Good idea, never thought about leaving them in the car, thanks for this post

Northerndave

Doesn't aircon remove the damp from air in a car?



it does but you don't have the air con on in the winter,unless you're in los angeles,and some cars don't have air con
Edited by: "themachman" 14th May 2013

You can have aircon on in winter, its not restricted to cooling, it can be used with heat on.

booble

You can have aircon on in winter, its not restricted to cooling, it can … You can have aircon on in winter, its not restricted to cooling, it can be used with heat on.



Why waste fuel running aircon in winter when your heater does the same job??

Good deal BTW OP! X)

Nk74

Why waste fuel running aircon in winter when your heater does the same … Why waste fuel running aircon in winter when your heater does the same job??Good deal BTW OP! X)


You're supposed to run the air con in winter once every 2 to 3 weeks to stop the build up of bacteria and prevent that horrible smell that you sometimes get with air con. It is also used with the heat on to clear the inside of windows quicker than just normal blown hot air.

Wonder if these will stop condensation in a tent for Glastonbury...?

dona3853

You're supposed to run the air con in winter once every 2 to 3 weeks to … You're supposed to run the air con in winter once every 2 to 3 weeks to stop the build up of bacteria and prevent that horrible smell that you sometimes get with air con. It is also used with the heat on to clear the inside of windows quicker than just normal blown hot air.



You should also run it from time to time to circulate the oil in the system, keeping the pump healthy, etc.

I bought them 3 weeks ago. They don't work at all! I tried another brand before and they were working perfectly so I thought these were good as well...but they're totally rubbish! Avoid them!!

Well they work for me! I put one next to my clothes airer as we got mould in that room last year from drying clothes indoors during the 'summer'... result no mould all winter and lots of water collected in the damp trap, fab! Think I paid 99p for mine in the 99p shop so this is hot from me.

Banned

Went to my local ASDA last night and they were £1 each. Turns out I forgot my cash card anyway.


Edit: I took mine to the self service tills so they where defo £1. Might go back today and find out.
Edited by: "bloodclotjalot" 17th May 2013

worth it for the container alone. once finished, empty the contents and refill it wit Kontrol calcium chloride crystals from the bay

got two today in asda southampton and the staff didnt realise was 25p and tght £1. got two as did the person who showed me where they were in the store hah. thx op heat added

i got 4 today in asda hyson green. although ticketed at £1 they were indeed scanning at 25p. ive used these before and find them very good. hopefully they will have some more when i go back on friday.

toad73

got two today in asda southampton and the staff didnt realise was 25p and … got two today in asda southampton and the staff didnt realise was 25p and tght £1. got two as did the person who showed me where they were in the store hah. thx op heat added



Where were they in the store, as I couldn't find them?

troublesome1

Where were they in the store, as I couldn't find them?

heya sorry for delayed reply..... they were on an end isle near the self serve checkouts. was called the £1 shelf but were scanning as mentioned. soz for late reply.

Excellent in my conservatory to stop glass roof condensing!! Well worth stocking up

all over my local store, priced at £1 and scanning at £1
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