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Topic: Re:Humidifiers
Posted by: Oliver Gibb
Date/Time: 29/12/14 10:10:00

There are 2 types, one which uses a chemical and is better at low temperatures and one which works best at warm/hot temps. I'm still trying to find out how safe the chemical types are.

There are some very good videos on Youtube explaining the causes of the moisture. I have adopted a few of these suggestions and it has made a massive improvement already.

Apparently a dehumidifier will reduce your energy bill as the moisture on the walls has a cooling effect and exacerbates the problem(ie:more condensation on the walls and therefore more cooling)

Opening windows is not always a solution as cold wet outside air becomes warm wet air inside.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Humidifiers29/12/14 09:22:00 Maggie Dodge
   Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 09:51:00 Oliver Gibb
      Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 09:56:00 Maggie Dodge
         Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 10:10:00 Keith Iddon
         Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 10:18:00 Oliver Gibb
   Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 10:10:00 Oliver Gibb
      Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 10:43:00 Keith Iddon
         Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 11:12:00 Maggie Dodge
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 12:22:00 Sarah Barker
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 18:35:00 Maggie Dodge
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 18:46:00 Sarah Barker
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers29/12/14 18:54:00 Maggie Dodge
   Re:Humidifiers30/12/14 02:22:00 Carla Stimolo
   Re:Humidifiers30/12/14 06:56:00 Gerry Tan
      Re:Re:Humidifiers30/12/14 19:02:00 Maggie Dodge
         Re:Re:Re:Humidifiers30/12/14 19:03:00 Maggie Dodge

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