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Pingi car dehumidifier - £1.90 instore @ Tesco Liverpool One
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Pingi car dehumidifier - £1.90 instore @ Tesco Liverpool One

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Posted 26th Oct 2019Available: North West (Liverpool)

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Not sure if it is national or not. this item usually more expensive but reduced in the liverpool one Tesco. hopefully can help someone out!

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Great price
Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on Amazon
Don't think I'll find it anywhere near me at least
Will look out for these. Handy to have around
WalkableBuffalo26/10/2019 17:56

Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it …Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it anywhere near me at least



WalkableBuffalo26/10/2019 17:56

Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it …Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it anywhere near me at least



Same! Dunno what I did beofre having this. Has transformed my morning driving experience.
Just use the plastic tub ones in the cheap stores... Exactly the same job and 89p...
Or are these only for cars?, lol.... Its a dehumidifier, nothing else, car, house, same thing.
Sorry don't really work that well in my experience, but can be used as a sponge for cleaning the inside windows
alwayslfc26/10/2019 18:16

Just use the plastic tub ones in the cheap stores... Exactly the same job …Just use the plastic tub ones in the cheap stores... Exactly the same job and 89p...Or are these only for cars?, lol.... Its a dehumidifier, nothing else, car, house, same thing.



i use the ones you are on about and was just thinking about the throw away plastic aspect, i think these are re-usable by drying them in the microwave aren't they?
maddogb26/10/2019 18:45

i use the ones you are on about and was just thinking about the throw away …i use the ones you are on about and was just thinking about the throw away plastic aspect, i think these are re-usable by drying them in the microwave aren't they?


yes they are “recharged” in the microwave. i think they help. especially when you have condensation and in winter this freezes:/
Use one of these to keep the inside of my convertible dry. Works a treat. Just make sure that as soon as the blue spot goes pink, shove it in the microwave for 5 minutes and let it steam dry for a bit. I've had one for a couple of years, and just got another as a spare.
neil.solender26/10/2019 18:33

Sorry don't really work that well in my experience, but can be used as a …Sorry don't really work that well in my experience, but can be used as a sponge for cleaning the inside windows



Stick on your radiator and then reuse. i've had mine for a coupe of years and godsend in the winter.
They don't really work with big condensation problems. I binned mine after one winter as I couldn't see any improvement. Also I don't have a microwave at home so I had to recharge them at work lol. Got some weird looks.
highdon26/10/2019 19:54

They don't really work with big condensation problems. I binned mine after …They don't really work with big condensation problems. I binned mine after one winter as I couldn't see any improvement. Also I don't have a microwave at home so I had to recharge them at work lol. Got some weird looks.


Maybe you have a leak. If it's a hatchback common issues are the rear vents behind the bumper need resealing with new sealant or the rear lights need resealing.
royals26/10/2019 20:36

Maybe you have a leak. If it's a hatchback common issues are the rear …Maybe you have a leak. If it's a hatchback common issues are the rear vents behind the bumper need resealing with new sealant or the rear lights need resealing.


Running a proper dehumidifier for a couple hours on a warmer sunny day solved the problem and it never came back. The interior was just damp and that's why I always had foggy or frozen windows in winter. Never had the problem since.
Got one of these in Tesco Kidlington today. Same price so possibly national.
Very good price, paid £5 from Tesco last year. Keep it in the car, does a pretty good job!
Ack, condensation season. What's the best way to remove condensation once you've got it?
WalkableBuffalo26/10/2019 17:56

Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it …Darn just paid like £12 for two of these on AmazonDon't think I'll find it anywhere near me at least


Likewise.
Monaco.Blue26/10/2019 18:06

Same! Dunno what I did beofre having this. Has transformed my morning …Same! Dunno what I did beofre having this. Has transformed my morning driving experience.


Me too!
neversay26/10/2019 23:07

Ack, condensation season. What's the best way to remove condensation once …Ack, condensation season. What's the best way to remove condensation once you've got it?


Comment above said dehumidifier. Seems like a good shout although I haven't tried myself
You can try cat litter as a car dehumidifier. Also reusable as cat litter.
Heat added hopefully national
still a few left today in the tesco mentioned. it’s in the reduced section and not the car section
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