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Friday, June 30, 2017

DIY Moisture Absorber

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The cold temperatures of winter will soon go away when spring arrives. This means you will have a warmer home and eventually an increase in moisture or humidity. Getting rid of humidity is really simple if you are using a traditional dehumidifier. However, a DIY moisture absorber will work in a pinch. 

Making a DIY moisture absorber is really easy to do. In fact, you can easily make one that can be used in every room in your home. These may even be a terrific homemade gift idea. All you will need is a couple of plastic containers and silica gel. You can even use calcium chloride.

A DIY moisture absorber will be ideal to use in a closet or any other area where electronic gear is stored. This is a great way to save money by not having to use any electronic equipment. The best part is you are able to reuse the silica gel by recharging it. Instructions to make your own DIY moisture absorber are on reprage.com here...