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Midi Dehumidifier £34.99 @ Aldi from 27th Dec
Midi Dehumidifier £34.99 @ Aldi from 27th Dec

Midi Dehumidifier £34.99 @ Aldi from 27th Dec

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Reduce condensation. It's small and the rate of collection won't suit everyone but it will help in small rooms.

Helps prevent mildew and damp, whilst ensuring rooms are dry and cosy.

Removes up to 400ml moisture per day
Tank capacity 1.5 litres with auto switch off when full
Choose from: Black or White
Size: 34 x 20.5 x 13cm

11 Comments

Just what I need. Thank you!

these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery to paranormal activitys eg ghosts you have been warned

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bharats

these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery … these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery to paranormal activitys eg ghosts you have been warned



lol go spook somewhere else where non intelligent comments are accepted and not just laughed at

Banned

bharats

these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery … these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery to paranormal activitys eg ghosts you have been warned


Inb4 the Jini appears

Banned

400ml is pretty poor but I suppose you get what you pay for. My Karcher window vac can extract 400ml off just one or two bedrooms' windows to give you an idea of how ineffective this will be.

15 litre capacity is really required for a house. 0.4 litre capacity is a tad low... (not talking about tank capacity btw)

Edited by: "mccririck" 21st Dec 2012

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mccririck

15 litre capacity is really required for a house. 0.4 litre capacity is a … 15 litre capacity is really required for a house. 0.4 litre capacity is a tad low... (not talking about tank capacity btw)



hence my OP comment

Reduce condensation. It's small and the rate of collection won't suit … Reduce condensation. It's small and the rate of collection won't suit everyone but it will help in small rooms.



I have a more powerful dehumidifier. I had a leak from an out pipe that caused pool of water underneath the floorboards and damp plaster with excess water dripping down the main pipe into the kitchen. I ripped out the cladding (protecting the pipe and making gap between ceiling and upper floor) then closed the door for 2 days (mostly) leaving the dehumidifier on and it was all sorted.

It all depends on the circumstances of the condensation and how you go about using equipment and controlling the damp area.

Edited by: "philphil61" 21st Dec 2012

Perfect - just the job!

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/333-3846027iA74UC706751M.jpg

bharats

these thing give off high EMF energy readings...



That's UNBELIEVABLE!

mccririck

15 litre capacity is really required for a house. 0.4 litre capacity is … 15 litre capacity is really required for a house. 0.4 litre capacity is a tad low... (not talking about tank capacity btw)

Reduce condensation. It's small and the rate of collection won't suit … Reduce condensation. It's small and the rate of collection won't suit everyone but it will help in small rooms.



I don't think this will help window condensation at all.

bharats

these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery … these thing give off high EMF energy readings which help feeding engery to paranormal activitys eg ghosts you have been warned


say what?
i was looking for a damp solution..... do you get a free or local rate hotline to ghostbusters too? if so then sign me up, those plasma gun things they use look well cool!!
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