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Dehumidifier removes damp £3.14 - ebay / rscommunications

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Found 16th Nov
I bought these expecting it not to work that great, was I mistaken the thing actually works. I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive this is a cheap option but the only down side is once it' filled up with water it needs to be binned

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Useless
If you actually need a dehumidifier then you will need 30-40 of these.
If you don't need a dehumidifier you won't need any of these.
No scenario needs just a few of these.

69p in poundstretcher
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Are these extra large or something? £3.14 for one seems expensive.

If you have to throw them away not a great investment then

You can some times find these in £land/world

Useless
If you actually need a dehumidifier then you will need 30-40 of these.
If you don't need a dehumidifier you won't need any of these.
No scenario needs just a few of these.

69p in poundstretcher

'I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive' they're
Yes it looks that way doesn't it? but start adding up the £3.14's and the fact they are really only good for 1 week if it's really damp.
Plus they don't take away all of the damp/moisture.(as you'll see if you buy a proper one)
You can get dehumidifiers fro Screwfix on offer every now and again for around £80 - one of the best investments I've made. I have one of THESE which are very good, but I paid £80 earlier this year.

G0OSE2 m ago

'I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive' they're Yes it …'I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive' they're Yes it looks that way doesn't it? but start adding up the £3.14's and the fact they are really only good for 1 week if it's really damp. Plus they don't take away all of the damp/moisture.(as you'll see if you buy a proper one)You can get dehumidifiers fro Screwfix on offer every now and again for around £80 - one of the best investments I've made. I have one of THESE which are very good, but I paid £80 earlier this year.




Ooohh sorry grammar police!!

Useful video (they are a waste of time);

Total rip off if it's 500g bags of the stuff can get it for £1 in almost every poundshop. I think home bargains do the container with 2 refills for £1.49 (so 1kg of beads) and poundstretcher do a 2.5kg bag of the refill for £3.99

I have an anti condensation unit I think it's called in the loft but I have a corner kitchen cabinet which until I used these would be sopping wet and since using these its lovely and dry now. So they do have their uses which some people think isn't the case but if you have damp throughout your property then really you need a dehumidifier or like myself one of those anti condensation units. Unfortunately it doesn't help in the furthest corner of my house which is where this little damp trap becomes cost effective rather than sticking a dehumidifier in my kitchen.
Edited by: "adhkarzf" 16th Nov

Cheaper in the likes of Home and Bargains. And absolutely rubbish as well.

These work great they last around a month and collect about a pint of water we use them in static caravans and have done for many years like I said they work well and you can get them in the bargain shops for 69p each ideal for the condensation and helps to stop mould.
Thanks op

Pretty sure you can buy these in Poundland or similar stores for £1

Poundstrecher 69p, great for caravan or camper or small rooms in the house, £3.14 is not cheap IMO

robo98952 m ago

UselessIf you actually need a dehumidifier then you will need 30-40 of …UselessIf you actually need a dehumidifier then you will need 30-40 of these.If you don't need a dehumidifier you won't need any of these.No scenario needs just a few of these.


There is one scenario where something like this is useful. We have a small cupboard under the stairs where some mould was forming on the wall. One of those Unibond Aero dehumidifiers stopped it reappearing.

But I agree, these won't be much good dehumidifying large rooms or a whole house.

Could anyone recommend any dehumidifiers that would be best suited to a damp small terraced house. Thanks in advance

G0OSE1 h, 9 m ago

'I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive' they're Yes it …'I was looking at dehumidifiers but there so expensive' they're Yes it looks that way doesn't it? but start adding up the £3.14's and the fact they are really only good for 1 week if it's really damp. Plus they don't take away all of the damp/moisture.(as you'll see if you buy a proper one)You can get dehumidifiers fro Screwfix on offer every now and again for around £80 - one of the best investments I've made. I have one of THESE which are very good, but I paid £80 earlier this year.


I couldn't see that it did,does it tell you the humidity in the room as mine has a little display on it?

justonemore27 m ago

Could anyone recommend any dehumidifiers that would be best suited to a …Could anyone recommend any dehumidifiers that would be best suited to a damp small terraced house. Thanks in advance


This one on Screwfix for 124.99 has good reviews,not sure if there will be anything about on Black Friday though.

WDH-316DB 16LTR DEHUMIDIFIER

great for in wardrobes and caravans but make sure you get the 151 brand, usually about a £1 in Semichem.

Domthedonkey46 m ago

This one on Screwfix for 124.99 has good reviews,not sure if there will be …This one on Screwfix for 124.99 has good reviews,not sure if there will be anything about on Black Friday though.WDH-316DB 16LTR DEHUMIDIFIER


Was looking at this and a few others on Screwfix. Noticed that these are compressor type and now after some research think a desiccant type dehumidifier might work better......? Anyone know anymore about the pros and cons? All help would be gravely appreciated

justonemore35 m ago

Was looking at this and a few others on Screwfix. Noticed that these are …Was looking at this and a few others on Screwfix. Noticed that these are compressor type and now after some research think a desiccant type dehumidifier might work better......? Anyone know anymore about the pros and cons? All help would be gravely appreciated


Unless the place you need to dehumidify is cold i.e. under 15c then compressor will be fine.
Edited by: "ahenners" 16th Nov

cocogumbo3 h, 5 m ago

Ooohh sorry grammar police!!


Ooohh sorry, grammar police!!
Edited by: "thekitkatshuffler" 16th Nov

I have one of these on every window and they do work!
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Domthedonkey16th Nov

I couldn't see that it did,does it tell you the humidity in the room as …I couldn't see that it did,does it tell you the humidity in the room as mine has a little display on it?



No, no display sadly.

These are perfect for under the stairs type cupboards where we keep coats and shoes that are often damp, there is no radiator under there so it can feel a little damp, these at 69p from pound stretcher keep it alot fresher. For larger scale or whole house problems these would be next to useless and would end up costing far more longer term than just buying an electric de humid, best one I have come across is the EcoAir classic, a very efficient model that effectively removes water from the air.
Edited by: "margamboy" 18th Nov
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