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Clothes Dehumidifier

Hang a bundle of chalk in the closet to keep everything fresh and dry. They will absorb extra moisture and keep clothing fresh and dry, and takes up much less room than an electric dehumidifier.


Chalk Dehumidifier

Tie sticks of chalk in a pretty ribbon and hang in your closet as a dehumidifier to help protect against mold and mildew.


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101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home

Use a bundle of chalk in your closets to keep everything fresh and dry. The chalk absorbs excess moisture - a thrifty alternative to an electric dehumidifier!

from eHow

DIY Salt Dehumidifier

DIY Salt Dehumidifier Humidity can cause excess mold in basements, garages, barns and attics. It can also cause stains and fungus growth on stored items like food, clothing and antiques. Dehumidifiers pull the moisture out of the air and create a dry, cool atmosphere. Though commercial dehumidifiers can be noisy and pricey, you can create a simple dehumidifier at home with salt.


Why are my windows fogging up?: 5 Ways to reduce indoor condensation on your windows 5 Tips for Reducing Indoor Humidity Turn off your indoor humidifier. Ventilate your home regularly.  Open it up for a few minutes each day. Run your exhaust fans more often, and for longer. Add a basement dehumidifier. Make sure your clothes dryers are adequately vented.


12 Litre Deluxe Dehumidifier with Ioniser Clothes Drying Function and 24Hr Timer

the Rota is a dehumidifier that can be used in two different ways. Not only can it be used as a household appliance to make the climate more pleasant, it comes with swiveling racks that can be used to hang clothes, which in turn can be quick-dried by the dehumidifier. | Yanko Design

from Real Housemoms

Remove Mold from Your Home and Keep it from Coming Back