Shoppers rush to buy 'brilliant' bargain gadget that reduces condensation and prevents mould | The Sun

Shoppers rush to buy 'brilliant' bargain gadget that reduces condensation and prevents mould | The Sun


SHOPPERS have been rushing to buy a bargain gadget that reduces condensation and prevents mould.

The Unibound Aero 360 Dehumidifer has been hailed as "brilliant" at tackling problem areas around the home.

Mould and condensation can spread around the house particularly when temperatures drop in the winter.

If left untreated, mould can pose a risk to vulnerable Brits with existing health problems like eczema or asthma.

The dehumidifier is being sold at several DIY stores for no more than £10.

Shoppers can pick it up from Screwfix for £9, B&Q for £9.99 or Robert Dyas for £10.

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Happy customers were raving about the product.

One said: "Absolutely brilliant bought five altogether I would definitely buy this item."

While another wrote: "Really good at reducing damp and condensation in my conservatory.

"Also acts as an air freshener."

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And another added: "Stylish dehumidifier unit which does its job very well. Can't fault it."

At the time of writing the product was in stock on all three websites.

Of course, it may also be available in store so do check at your nearest shop to check.

Bear in mind that delivery can incur an extra charge.

Robert Dyas, which is selling the dehumidifier for the most expensive price, charges £4.95 for delivery, or free click & collect orders.

While B&Q charges £6 and also free click & collect orders.

But Screwfix is charging £5 for delivery – although the item is the cheapest out of the three.

Shoppers can order via click & collect for free there too.

You'll need to buy refills every now and then too, so make sure you factor in those costs.

A two pack costs £6.29 from Screwfix, £7.25 from B&Q or £6.99 from Robert Dyas.

Your cheapest option, for delivery would be to purchase it from Screwfix.

At the time of writing, here's what the dehumidifier, a pack of two refills and delivery would cost you at each store:

  • Screwfix – £20.29
  • Robert Dyas – £21.93
  • B&Q- £23.24

More mould reducing tips

We tested out some top hacks for tackling mould to see how effective they are.

Dehumidifiers are a good idea to keep by windows to prevent condensation from collecting – shoppers have even spotted one that costs £50 from Argos.

And they don't cost much to run either – according to experts at Uswitch, dehumidifiers normally use 185W – so they usually cost about 6p an hour to run.

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There's also the trick of placing salt in a bowl and hoping it catches mould – our reporter Harriet Cooke said it worked quite well.

And, costing at £1.70 for 500g from Tesco, salt isn't too expensive to buy either.

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