DampRid Moisture Absorber
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  • This is a problem because it's a very small bathroom, and it tends to trap a great deal of moisture when we're bathing or showering, and everything feels damp for hours afterwards, especially in our hot climate
  • The refillable pouches are affordable enough, at least in my opinion when compared to the problem I'm facing with the spring flies, and they come in individually packaged
  • Easy directions to follow, and I practically consider this DampRid product a miracle unto miracles, because it does exactly what it promises
  • The bathroom may fill up with some steam during a shower, but it's quickly eliminated, doesn't linger, and I believe the spring flies have even moved on to find a new home
  • And since we've started using DampRid, we haven't had any problems, and we never even run into the issue of that old water smell, like mold and mildew can sometimes bring

    • by onerios13
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      Our bathroom has no windows, and the exhaust fan in the ceiling doesn’t work. This is a problem because it’s a very small bathroom, and it tends to trap a great deal of moisture when we’re bathing or showering, and everything feels damp for hours afterwards, especially in our hot climate. The DampRid Moisture Absorber is supposed to prevent mold and mildew buildup and protect against moisture damage. Since our bathroom cabinets are brand new, this seemed like a good idea to both myself and my husband.

      I’m not entirely sure of the mechanics or how and why it works, but it eliminates the extra moisture in the air, but doesn’t seem to dry the air so accessibility that it would damage furniture or kill plants or anything such as that.


      We’ve also discovered that we have spring flies in our bathroom, which are tiny and completely harmless little flea-like bugs that thrive in moist conditions, and once you have them, they are almost impossible to get rid of unless the moisture-causing conditions are eradicated. I was hoping this DampRid would do the trick and strip these buggers of their habitat so they could move on to something and somewhere else.

      You can even toss one in closets, basements, wherever there might be moisture buildup. The refillable moisture absorber container is small enough to put almost anywhere discreetly and you’re guests never have to know there’s a moisture-gathering problem aboard. The refillable pouches are affordable enough, at least in my opinion when compared to the problem I’m facing with the spring flies,


      • and they come in individually packaged. When all the white crystals have dissolved, you’ll see that there is nothing but liquid left. You can then dump this liquid into the toilet and flush it away, so it’s even easy to keep up with and change out, and it’s virtually mess free.

        You just shake the carton, but be sure to hold the spout closed. I accidentally forgot about that one day and everything went flying. Then pour the crystals into the container until it’s about an inch away from the top. Easy directions to follow, and I practically consider this DampRid product a miracle unto miracles, because it does exactly what it promises. Even with our vent not working properly in the bathroom, we still don’t have a moisture problem anymore.

        The bathroom may fill up with some steam during a shower, but it’s quickly eliminated, doesn’t linger, and I believe the spring flies have even moved on to find a new home.

        We’ve even put one of these containers in the small crawlspace under the house just to make sure those buggies don’t come back or find another place on our property to reside. And since we’ve started using DampRid, we haven’t had any problems, and we never even run into the issue of that old water smell, like mold and mildew can sometimes bring. I wouldn’t say it will disintegrate the mold or mildew in a shower or bathtub without extra scrubbing and cleaners somehow involved, but at least that damp mossy smell is no longer lingering in my house.




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    Sarah says :

    One effective way to combat moisture is by the use of desiccants like Silica Gel. These are the same small sachets you find in packaging of various products like electronics, garments, etc. Silica Gel works by absorbing the moisture in its surrounding area. For most moisture challenges, does the job. With small sachets cost less than a dollar, it truly is a cost effective way of protection from moisture. There is a lot more information and an order form on our website at SilicaGel.net

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