Damp

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Sleeper
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Damp

Postby Sleeper » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:12 am

If your Baby cold and damp, in a cold damp garage , in a cold damp climate ( Like Manchester.... or anywhere in the UK ? ) you could do a lot worse than get one ( or more ) of these and hang them up..
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I did , and after the first couple of days , they started working , and at only £0:79p from your local pound shop..

What are you waiting for???

John ;-)

Ignore the home-made drain...just me messing.

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Re: Damp

Postby KeithL » Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:04 pm

I use a pair of these in our Mazda MX-5 (the Morris is tucked up in a heated garage with a mains dehumidifier) - one in the boot and one in the cabin. You can regenerate them in the oven when they are 'full'.

https://www.halfords.com/motoring/car-a ... 70096.html


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Re: Damp

Postby SteveClem » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:38 pm

For years I’ve used (fresh!) cat litter, tied up in an old sock. Absorbs damp efficiently and easily regenerated in a warm place.


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