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Old 31 October 2010, 08:58   #21
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Originally Posted by TUFTY View Post
Have you considered running a dehumidifier? even 1 day per week would draw
out a significant amount of moisture.


Paul
Yeah, cabin boats run dehumes whilst laid-up and run the outlets over the sink. However, unless Pete can seal his cabin (slated door etc.), he'll be drying the Solent area.
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Old 31 October 2010, 09:21   #22
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i've got a couple of the ones where crystals absorb moisture and they have done a good job over the winter before. I'm hoping those and a decent airflow and being used every few weeks will keep the worse at bay. I'm also wiping everything with steriliisng fluid now to stop any balck spots appearing.....
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