Unibond Aero 360 Moisture Absorber £7.99 @ Robert Dyas
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Unibond Aero 360 Moisture Absorber £7.99 @ Robert Dyas

£7.99£9.9920%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 6th Oct
Includes: 1 x 450g tabAbsorbs moistureNeutralises odoursDraining spoutAnti-spill protectionMoisture level windowDimensions: H24 x W19 x D12cm.

Great way to manage humidity without needing an electric humidifier.
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Just reminds me must get mine out
Pateo06/10/2019 13:23

Just reminds me must get mine out


Mine never goes away! :-(
Wil they be putting the refills back on offer?
gozneyeje06/10/2019 13:25

Wil they be putting the refills back on offer?


Sainsbury's are doing 4 original refills for £9.80 odd.

Robert Dyas has a unit and 4 refills for £14.99.
You can use Asda refills as well in these
gozneyeje06/10/2019 13:25

Mine never goes away! :-(


I only use it during those cold winter nights for bedroom when windows steam up, brrrrrr
Probably a silly question, but could you use one in your car overnight, obviously removing before driving in case it spills?
lacom06/10/2019 13:30

You can use Asda refills as well in these


Got a link?
I tried this once. Seemed to have very little effect, so tossed it in the bin.
Do these actually work? Very mixed review everywhere
maxamus00706/10/2019 15:27

Do these actually work? Very mixed review everywhere


They do seem to work as the bottom tray does fill quickly. Only complaint is the refills get used up quite fast. More humidity more refill will get eaten up.
B and M sell refills £5.99 box of 2
maxamus00706/10/2019 15:27

Do these actually work? Very mixed review everywhere


Ive been using them for around a year now , very effective
Pateo06/10/2019 13:43

I only use it during those cold winter nights for bedroom when windows …I only use it during those cold winter nights for bedroom when windows steam up, brrrrrr


I just got one of these from amazon last week (still the same price I believe, if that's useful information to anyone) for this very purpose, but it had no effect on the windows at all sadly
Not a great offer sadly. Regularly at this price
iloveneds106/10/2019 18:17

I just got one of these from amazon last week (still the same price I …I just got one of these from amazon last week (still the same price I believe, if that's useful information to anyone) for this very purpose, but it had no effect on the windows at all sadly


Only an indirect function of removing some moisture from the air, my windows sometimes are slightly less heavy condensation build up , but that's dependent on temperature inside and weather outside of windows
Teezer06/10/2019 14:20

Probably a silly question, but could you use one in your car overnight, …Probably a silly question, but could you use one in your car overnight, obviously removing before driving in case it spills?


You could but would be highly inconvenient.

You can get dehumidifier bags that do the same job for the car. You can either hang them on the seats and they will fill in a sealed bag or you can get little bean bag ones for the dash.
A2NYN06/10/2019 13:29

Sainsbury's are doing 4 original refills for £9.80 odd.Robert Dyas has a …Sainsbury's are doing 4 original refills for £9.80 odd.Robert Dyas has a unit and 4 refills for £14.99.



online sainsburys store shows them at £9.37 if thats any help to you - sainsburys.co.uk/sho…1-p
Supercharge_Me06/10/2019 19:34

You could but would be highly inconvenient.You can get dehumidifier bags …You could but would be highly inconvenient.You can get dehumidifier bags that do the same job for the car. You can either hang them on the seats and they will fill in a sealed bag or you can get little bean bag ones for the dash.


Thanks for replying, appreciate it. Found the bean bags on Amazon, will give them a try
Teezer06/10/2019 14:20

Probably a silly question, but could you use one in your car overnight, …Probably a silly question, but could you use one in your car overnight, obviously removing before driving in case it spills?


I have one in my car all the time. Keep it behind the seat in the net and it doesn't spill.
I have a smallish electric dessicant dehumidifier. It takes the same amount of water out of the air in one hour that this takes out in 2 weeks and costs less to run though inital cost is £100 more. If you have a damp cupboard in a holiday home or a car in storage perhaps they are ok but for a normal house, rubbish. I leave my electric dehumifier running overnight on the eco setting and it collects a couple of litres by each morning leaving a light frosting on the windows in the middle of winter. Oh, and it produces warm air so offsets the cost against the heating bill a bit.
JayR12307/10/2019 13:59

I have a smallish electric dessicant dehumidifier. It takes the same …I have a smallish electric dessicant dehumidifier. It takes the same amount of water out of the air in one hour that this takes out in 2 weeks and costs less to run though inital cost is £100 more. If you have a damp cupboard in a holiday home or a car in storage perhaps they are ok but for a normal house, rubbish. I leave my electric dehumifier running overnight on the eco setting and it collects a couple of litres by each morning leaving a light frosting on the windows in the middle of winter. Oh, and it produces warm air so offsets the cost against the heating bill a bit.


Great for drying laundry too.
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