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Come talk to me about dehumidifiers please

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awsomestuff Sat 11-Feb-17 18:16:56

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redandwhite1 Sat 11-Feb-17 19:21:21

I had one about 6 years ago when we lived in a flat with no double glazing and it was ground floor so could only open windows when we were in

Anyway, we got one and it was about £70 from Argos, could move about and from memory used something like 2p per hour to use (autocut out when it was full which was about 6 hours)

They don't cost a lot but save on replacing shoes, clothes and furniture from getting mould!!

JassyRadlett Sat 11-Feb-17 19:23:05

We have a Delonghi, absolutely worth its weight in gold when we were in a period flat.

borntobequiet Sat 11-Feb-17 19:27:37

They are VERY cheap to run and the benefits are phenomenal.

I bought mine from Aldi, under £100, but tbh I would have paid more. Ebac is the best brand as far as I know.

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