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On another forum, I saw a post referencing this product:

http://www.rvupgradestore.com/index.asp ... rodID=3013

It's a modern, more elegant version of a tub of dryzit or damprid, without the mess of dumping tubs.

 

I think it may be useful year-round for removing humidity from our little trailers. The very smallest handles 50 square feet... just a little smaller than our Olivers.

 

Anyone tried something similar?

 

Sherry

2008 Ram 1500 4 × 4

2008 Oliver Elite, Hull #12
 

 

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Hi Sherry,

I bought two of the Eva Dry 500's to rotate. When the crystals turn pink (indicating the unit is saturated) I take the unit into the house and plug it in to the wall. I leave it plugged in over night and it is warm to the touch as it dries out the crystals. When it turns bright blue it has been dried out ready to be used again. While the one is getting dried out, I put the other one in the rv. I bought this model because I wasn't sure if it would work and didn't want to spend a lot of money. As pleased as I am with the model I have I think you would be very pleased with this model. I looked to see if batteries were needed to power the indicator light. If you decide to go with this model it would be good to ask how the light works. I am very pleased with my basic unit. I originally found it by searching the internet. It may be my imagination but I think it has helped with the humidity control. Let us know if you decide to get this model and if it works. J

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