DampRid FG60FS Moisture Absorber, Fresh Scent, 10.5-Ounce, 2-Pack
- Damp Rid crystals attract and trap excess moisture from the air to eliminate stale musty odors
- Damp Rid Refillable systems provide a long term solution to stale stagnant indoor air that's both highly effective and highly economical
- Ideal for Basements Clothes closets Laundry rooms Bedrooms Offices Storage Areas Closets Boats RVs
- Designed to hang in closets and small enclosed spaces to protect fabrics and items from moisture damage
- Lasts approximately 60 days and absorbs up to one quart of excess moisture from the air
- Ideal for reducing allergens, eliminating odors and absorbing moisture in small, enclosed spaces
- No harsh chemicals are used
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Warning Text: Caution: Eye irritant. Harmful if swallowed. Read cautions on side label. Caution: Eye irritant, harmful if swallowed. Contains calcium chloride. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Do not take internally. First Aid: For eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes, removing any contact lenses. Get immediate medical attention. For skin contact, wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. If ingested, get immediate medical attention. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use in moving vehicles.
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Here’s what I’ve learned..
- The lavender/vanilla & fresh scented ones smell like they should be used to keep a toilet bowl fresh. It’s not that they stink, because they don’t - I just don’t think I would want a bedroom or my clothes smelling like either of them. The lavender/vanilla has a much stronger scent than the fresh scent, so there’s that.
- The scent does not change how well they work. They’re all awesome.
- They sell a giant refill container once you use the initial DampRid. Buy that. It saves so much money and refills a ton of the tiny containers.
- Keep an eye on them! Depending on how humid the target area is, check on these every week or every other week. Keep something under them to protect your surfaces. I’ve never had one overflow, but the more full they are, the more likely they are to get knocked over.
- Speaking of which... Do you have a cat? A child? Are you clumsy? Maybe all of the above? (Like myself) This WILL get knocked over, and it WILL make a mess. A weird, slimy, chemically, wet mess. We have had 4 spill, and each one was a pain in the butt to clean up. However, we kept using them and kept changing up our storage method to try to avoid the spilling.
How did we do that, you ask?!
For under the beds- Disposable cooking pans WITH lids. I use lasagna pans with lids, because there is absolutely no way for my naughty demon-kitty to knock them over. I swear, he would wait until they got more than halfway full then spill them everywhere. Not anymore! I win! I just put the lid on the pan and cut a round hole in the top to sit the DampRid in. No more spills under the bed.
More tips: these WILL leak if you capture a lot of humidity and don't check them often enough, because they work that well. So I suggest placing them on a rimmed plate or something similar, just in case. Reviewers for various damprid products are complaining that it leaked saltwater and ruined their stuff, but if you check it often enough and take basic precautions, that won't happen. You might want to keep it away from any furniture or clothing that would upset you if ruined, just in case.
After A MONTH of use, where I put it right beside my fish tank, there isn’t even enough water to cover the bottom. I measured it...two teaspoons to be exact.
These are the same issues I read about in the reviews before buying it to give it a try.
I use Damp Rid that have the hook to hang, with the clear plastic on the bottom part where the water collects from the humidity that is pulled from the air, and every single one I’ve used (for a year now), slowly fills with water, and is easy to dispose of. The hanging one, I put by that same fish tank, to see if maybe there just wasn’t a lot of humidity in the air there, but.....the bag filled. It must be a poor/non working design of this particular container.
Don’t do what I did. Believe the reviews, and if you’re really wanting something to pull the humidity from the air that actually works, buy the ones that have the hanger.