Wardrobe Dehumidifier to combat cupboard mould.
Why do we need a wardrobe dehumidifier?
We don’t wear all our clothes regularly. This may be due to the season, after all who wears woollen jumpers in summer? But there are also many other reasons. Think of the many homes all over Australia, where the spare room, basement or even garage become storage facilities over time. Clothing that do not fit anymore or shoes that have gone out of fashion, find a home in these places.
Most of us have experienced annoyance when we take one of these items of clothing out of the wardrobe and find that they are smelling musty, caused by invisible mould, or even have gone visibly mouldy.
Some mould damaged clothing items are salvageable by washing and bleaching. However, mouldy leather items like handbags with padded interior or shoes may need to be discarded.
To prevent future mould damage, you will need to remove all items from the wardrobe either to be aired, washed, dry-cleaned or discarded. Before putting the items back into the wardrobe, all walls and shelves should be cleaned. In severe cases, the carpet in the cupboard will need replacing as well. Mould removal is a lot of work and can be quite expensive. Click on the red link for some handy hints on Mould Removal.
Having an effective Wardrobe Dehumidifier could have avoided all this drama!
Unlike conventional wardrobe moisture absorbers, our Wardrobe Dehumidifier does not dissolve, so there is no danger of spillage, and can even be used in drawers. Neither does it require refilling or electricity. The PINGI Wardrobe Dehumidifier is recharged in the sun or microwave oven and can be used hundreds of times. Want a quiet dehumidifier that requires very little maintenance?
Our Wardrobe Dehumidifier will keep your items dry, fresh and mould free.
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Regional Australian posts on dehumidifiers/moisture absorbers:
Use dehumidifiers/moisture absorbers for drying:
- Gun safes.
- Window Condensation.
- Pantry Food.
- Small rooms.
- Hanging in closets.
Some very handy hints on how to store contents from Store Ur Stuff.
Very good information about problems with mould can be obtained from http://blackmold.awardspace.com/.