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How noisy is it (if noisy, do you turn it off at night?) and does it make a noticeable difference in energy bills? I'm getting a loan of one off a guy at work for a week so will see how it does. No point spending thousands on guitars and skimping on something like a dehumidifier!
I have an older version of this one, which does a good job:http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/cd20le/electriq-cd20le-dehumidifier?refsource=Apadwords&gclid=CM-ExOHitNECFYwy0wodgj8Irg
I have an older version of this one, which does a good job:
I can't help about the shape I'm in, I can't sing I ain't pretty and my legs are thin
But don't ask me what I think of you, I might not give the answer that you want me to
Best bit of kit I've bought in ages lol.
I've got two (now) hygrometers..Well fear not. Overnight it has gone back up to 70%!! WTF. Yesterday I left it on with the door closed and set it to 8 hours full blast. Over night the door was open. Maybe I need to set it on full blast with all the doors open to dry out the whole flat a bit more.. Damn.. This is going to take a week or more, I reckon.
Just to be clear, girlfriend had a guy come round from the housing association and there were no reported problems for damp or mould. That might have been before we got the new bathroom fitted.Edit - turns out that was we got the new bathroom, however the guy checked the kitchen only.-> again.. last night it was on for 8 hours, bringing the level down to 55% but this morning it's back to 70%
Guy is coming tomorrow to check for problems.If the window in the room is left open all day, humidity drops to 56% but it returns to 70%+ by morning.