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Old 10-02-2013
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Re: Tea Tree Oil Recipe

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Originally Posted by pdqaltair View Post
True enough, and deiscant (CaCl2) is impractical (lots is needed).
I presume that is the stuff in Damp Rid? I do that too. I just buy the refill for about $5 that reloads about 8 or 10 baskets. Each will collect about a cup of water over the winter and I sit them in each sink so they would drain overboard if they froze and broke. I doubt that's really all that meaningful, but its cheap. Better than nothing, but no replacement for Kanberra, IMO.

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I stay in the water all winter (a bit more humid I'm sure); dehumidifiers are probably a better answer in that case.
At a mooring or slip? Seems a slip would provide power. If you stay in the water at our marina (no liveaboards), you get a meter and pay for what you use.
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