Moisture removal?

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  1. RonJeremey

    RonJeremey OT Supporter

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    When I get into my car the air is really humid, and there's a slight mold/mildew smell. What can I do to draw the moisture out of the air?

    I've seen a product before that was like a bucket with these beads in the lid, it drew in the moisture and held it in the bucket, but I can't find them anywheres... Anyone else seen anything like this?


    PS. Ordered my DAC/P and #80 so hopefully the car won't look so bad soon.
     
  2. Masta Z

    Masta Z FUCK BOSTON

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    Home depot sells it. It is called Damp Rid
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  3. RonJeremey

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    Thank you! That's exactly what I was looking for. I went there this morning when I got off work, but I was a "bit" tired, I'll go back and check again.
     
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    Meguiars OdorX is also pretty good. An ozone generator is the only permanent solution I know of though. Some car reconditioners have them.
     

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