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dehumidifier wears old vest to prevent dust from going into it!

DIY Salt Dehumidifier - Could save you a bundle in electricity bills.  Using something natural and inexpensive to take the excess moisture out of your home, garage, barn, attic etc.   I have heard of others using hoisted burlap sacs filled with rock salt and letting the moisture drip into a bucket below.

DIY Salt Dehumidifier

Make your own dehumidifier using a salt, such as sodium chloride or calcium chloride, or another desiccant, such as silica gel.

How To Get Rid of That Old House Smell With Charcoal

How To Get Rid of That Old House Smell With Charcoal — Efficient Life Skills

Home made Dehumidifiers: Salt: Place a sieve above a bucket and fill with salt (empty water beneath daily) Charcoal: not only dehumidifies the air, it also removes odors, simply place a container full in damp prone spots or inside wardrobes etc (lasts 2 -3 months and can still be used for BBQ after)

Home made Dehumidifiers: Salt: Place a sieve above a bucket and fill with salt…

This idea is brilliant!  Forget air purifiers that cost hundreds of dollars...this DIY Air Purifier can be made in  20 seconds for about 20 dollars.

DIY Air Purifier

Forget air purifiers that cost hundreds of dollars.this DIY Air Purifier can be made in 20 seconds for about 20 dollars.

DIY Rock Salt Natural Dehumidifier - Other desiccants you can use are: Silica (an otherwise inert, nontoxic, water-insoluble white solid), Charcoal, or even Baking Soda. The Charcoal & Baking Soda also help to remove odours in the air from high humidity or dampness. To make a Large Dehumidifier try this one: http://www.ehow.com/how_7451206_diy-salt-dehumidifier.html

DIY Rock Salt Natural Dehumidifier – Other desiccants you can use are: Silica (an otherwise inert, nontoxic, water-insoluble white solid), Charcoal, or even Baking Soda. The Charcoal

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