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  1. Food and water
    I have several dehumidifiers in my home and elsewhere. Kentucky air is HEAVY with water. The larger ones collect about nine gallons of water (70 pints) per humidifier, each day. The smaller ones each collect about seven gallons (50 pints) per day. So currently, I am dumping about 40...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in an area that gets quite humid in the summer, to the point where, if I do not run a dehumidifier in the basement the walls get slimy and cans in the pantry rust. So... now I'm wondering, is there any way to effectively manage/control humidity without electricity? I know they sell small...
  3. Urban Survival
    I was emptying one of my dehumidifiers, and realized how much moisture is in the air, I pull out gallons of water everyday, though your experience may be different because the humidity levels may be different, but it got me thinking, how valuable this piece of overlooked equipment actually is in...
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