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Old 03-25-2015, 09:46 PM   #11
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We have used Damp-Rid for 15+ years in our boats. Hot days of summer seem to create humidity in closed areas. One word of advice, if you use the hang-up type as we always did, run a piece of tape, duct works well, across the bottom of the clear bag doubled over so that if it fills up with water it does not split. That is a real mess to clean up. Never happened to us but learned that lesson from unfortunate friends.
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Old 03-25-2015, 10:30 PM   #12
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I use Damp Rid Winter and Spring. We are not very humid here in the summer. But I do use these self contained bags. Just hang them up, the Damp Rid is in the top and the water is collected in the bottom. When done just throw it away... Makes the trailer smell nice too..
DampRid 42 oz. Citrus Fresh Hanging Bag (3-Pack)-FG83CF - The Home Depot

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