WILKO HOT HUMID DEAL! Unibond Aero 360 £6!!
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WILKO HOT HUMID DEAL! Unibond Aero 360 £6!!

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Found 21st Feb 2017
Bought one a few weeks ago for a garage that has no power option, so wanted something to remove any sign of moisture as the garage is dry but the roof drips when the temp rises - and I have several bikes in there.
They work well, easy to place and you get one large 'loo block' style ring block to pop in - easy to do, and then close the flap and its good to go.
When any moisture is drawn into the device - open the spout cap and pour out.
BEWARE WHERE YOU BUY!!
I wanted another, and was nearer an ASDA / Sainburys - than Wilko, to my shock, oO they were £14 - yes thats more than double this deal, plus the spare blocks were £7 rather than £4 at Wilko.
I saw them in three Wilko stores a few days ago, many in stock, also In the aforementioned supermarkets, like you'll buy them at those prices!!

This is one in situ - seems to be doing its job, its a small garage concrete construction.
https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/16797108_1735050089853781_4507076645911397901_o.jpg?oh=3277df8e312e35a9775b45eec942fb20&oe=59319B34

These are the block refills you get one with it.
http://www.yandles.co.uk/images/products/large/19004.jpg

HERE IS THE PRICE CHECK PIC!!
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good deal

slightly cheaper on amazon with 2 refills, slightly more expensive with none

amazon.co.uk/Uni…ZPQ
or there's a new version that includes an app for '1-click order of refills' oO

include a useless app & double the price, welcome to 2017

amazon.co.uk/Uni…0M/
derp1664

good dealslightly cheaper on amazon with 2 refills, slightly more … good dealslightly cheaper on amazon with 2 refills, slightly more expensive with nonehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/UniBond-Aero-360-Moisture-Absorber-Device/dp/B0168Z9ZPQ



Yep good deal, free post too - and as you say, by itself, oddly more, so depends if you're near a Wilko, or not, either way - much better than local big name supermarkets which I was pretty surprised at!
derp1664

or there's a new version that includes an app for '1-click order of … or there's a new version that includes an app for '1-click order of refills' oOinclude a useless app & double the price, welcome to 2017https://www.amazon.co.uk/UniBond-Aero-Connect-Moisture-Absorber/dp/B01LCHCU0M/



Ha - well well, I didn't see that one coming, simple plastic dehumid, how can we link it to an app?
Amazing.....X):D
ADzBargainHuntz

Bought one a few weeks ago for a garage that has no power option, … Bought one a few weeks ago for a garage that has no power option, so wanted something to remove any sign of moisture as the garage is dry but the roof drips when the temp rises - and I have several bikes in there.They work well, easy to place and you get one large 'loo block' style ring block to pop in - easy to do, and then close the flap and its good to go.When any moisture is drawn into the device - open the spout cap and pour out.BEWARE WHERE YOU BUY!!I wanted another, and was nearer an ASDA / Sainburys - than Wilko, to my shock, oO they were £14 - yes thats more than double this deal, plus the spare blocks were £7 rather than £4 at Wilko.I saw them in three Wilko stores a few days ago, many in stock, also In the aforementioned supermarkets, like you'll buy them at those prices!!This is one in situ - seems to be doing its job, its a small garage concrete construction.

correct me if I'm wrong but I assume that this is for indoor of a heated building? A garage would naturally have very high humidity due to the fact it's an unheated outhouse type construction plus the garage door is not 100% weather proof from the elements ie draughty openings around the door and frame which consequently allows moist air to flow inside? I couldn't see the unibond aero lasting more than a few weeks!!!!
[/quote] correct me if I'm wrong but I assume that this is for indoor of a heated building? A garage would naturally have very high humidity due to the fact it's an unheated outhouse type construction plus the garage door is not 100% weather proof from the elements ie draughty openings around the door and frame which consequently allows moist air to flow inside? I couldn't see the unibond aero lasting more than a few weeks!!!![/quote]


There is a gap around most garage doors, designed to help with condensation - by having any seal would cause moisture to be trapped, its not a damp garage, just the roof that reacts with the temp changes as its metal ridged, I am going to attack that issue at some point, but only just got the use of the garage, so wanted any help to maintain moisture to the bikes, which so far, it has done so for the past number of weeks, loads of life left in the block.


Edited by: "ADzBargainHuntz" 21st Feb 2017
Pateo

correct me if I'm wrong but I assume that this is for indoor of a heated … correct me if I'm wrong but I assume that this is for indoor of a heated building? A garage would naturally have very high humidity due to the fact it's an unheated outhouse type construction plus the garage door is not 100% weather proof from the elements ie draughty openings around the door and frame which consequently allows moist air to flow inside? I couldn't see the unibond aero lasting more than a few weeks!!!!



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If its protecting your bikes during winter then job done.

Long term you might want to look at fitting some ventilation.
Had same issue at a previous house. Fitted a few vents below roof level and completely eradicated any condensation.
Edited by: "callum84" 21st Feb 2017
callum84

If its protecting your bikes during winter then job done.Long term you … If its protecting your bikes during winter then job done.Long term you might want to look at fitting some ventilation.Had same issue at a previous house. Fitted a few vents below roof level and completely eradicated any condensation.



Yes, indeed, gonna do that - I fitted a carpet (floor is bone dry) plus these two dehmids, and so far for a quick temp fix, its worked,
I also put sheets of cardboard over bikes - loosely - also help loads, on the forks of one, before I did all this, they were starting to show signs of some activity of some surface chrome rust I had removed when I got it, (its an older bike) wire wooled the area back to perfect, and since then not done it.
It was all done quick as I suddenly had the offer of the garage and had to move fast, 4 bikes, winter, etc etc...oO
ADzBargainHuntz

Yes, indeed, gonna do that - I fitted a carpet (floor is bone dry) plus … Yes, indeed, gonna do that - I fitted a carpet (floor is bone dry) plus these two dehmids, and so far for a quick temp fix, its worked, I also put sheets of cardboard over bikes - loosely - also help loads, on the forks of one, before I did all this, they were starting to show signs of some activity of some surface chrome rust I had removed when I got it, (its an older bike) wire wooled the area back to perfect, and since then not done it.It was all done quick as I suddenly had the offer of the garage and had to move fast, 4 bikes, winter, etc etc...oO


If youve not already get some 3 in 1 oil. Oil up any non painted parts.
Beware using this if you've got a cat/cats as my little terrors knocked it over and got the blue stuff everywhere
ADzBargainHuntz

http://www.garageliving.com/blog/how-to-reduce-condensation-in-your-garage/


Doh !My bad! you live and learn!! Hey Ho! good price on the Unibond aero 360 BTW, Heat 2u!
Got to be worth a try for £6! Heat!
callum84

If youve not already get some 3 in 1 oil. Oil up any non painted parts.



Yep, all chrome and steel has been treated - I put a gloss polish on all areas that is nicer than smothering in oil, it has anti rust properties and so far - all good, I added some more recently, basically as you reapply it, a coat of polymer gloss is added to every coat and creates a shield between the metal, it's German made and have used it for years.
Here is the garage pre dehumids installed -
[img]scontent-lht6-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t…jpg?oh=c44f592c5a6bc22ce9d78315d2483bf0&oe=597225BC[/img]
Pateo

Doh !My bad! you live and learn!! Hey Ho! good price on the Unibond aero … Doh !My bad! you live and learn!! Hey Ho! good price on the Unibond aero 360 BTW, Heat 2u!



Many thanks -(_;)
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