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Disadvantagesit is hard to spell 'dehumidifies'

...dehumidifier offer? Reduce pollen in atmosphere, helps with asthma and breathing disorders. Has a filter that kills bacteria in the air and fungi. Other filters can deal with bad odours such as smoke and pets. Has a built in defrost system that will defrost any frozen moisture automatically Only costs 2 pence an hour It has a smart system that reads your living standards, it records moisture levels in...

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AdvantagesPortable, not too pricy, gets rid of our "damp feeling"

DisadvantagesNot that powerful

...weather like we've been having, damp is something of an ongoing battle. One of the items we use to keep the damp to manageable proportions (along with a mould busting cleaner) is a little dehumidifier that has a constant journey along various corners of our property. We bought the Blyss 10l 205w dehumidifier last autumn at our nemesis shop, B&Q (huge queues, horrible shopping experience...

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AdvantagesPortable, dries laundry, filters air, multiple settings, cheap to run.

DisadvantagesSlightly awkward for emptying if you have long nails :)

...We had a serious problem with dampness and an equally serious problem with the cost of electricity and the continual wet weather. With no radiators to help dry clothes, the tumble dryer was eating into the household budget. That's when I found out about dehumidifiers and how economical these can be, plus, they can be beneficial to your health. After much research, I settled for the Amcor DC800...

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