Large Droplet Moisture Magnet
Most homes have to deal with the annoying problem of condensation at some point, and these thirsty shapes are here to help, absorbing moisture before their indicator turns from orange to clear to let you know they’re full – just pop in the microwave for up to 5 minutes or rest on a radiator to refresh and they’re ready to start working again, and again and again...
Cat Ref: SKU 23652
Absorbs up to 125ml.
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Large Droplet Moisture Magnet Customer Reviews
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I don't like it.” by Susan
I bought this because it said I could recharge on a radiator. It doesn't work. I don't have a microwave so the droplet is useless. An expensive mistake for me.
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review. A microwave is the quickest way as this is the most powerful. However they can be recharged on a radiator but it will take considerably longer. It will also depend on how much moisture the moisture magnet has absorbed, how long the radiator is on for and at what heat & the environment. I'll be in touch shortly to help.
Does the job!” by E
I wasn't sure about how this would work, but found one in a sale so thought I'd give it a go. I am pleased that I did buy it - it is in a kitchen cupboard used for storing flour, pasta etc that needs to be kept dry - and it seems to do the trick. I did find that it needed several goes in the microwave to dry it back out again. The colour change symbol on the front was helpful to see what colour to expect the crystals to go. It is much safer for children than the products where you have to replace the crystals. We are pleased with this product and about to buy a few more.
Im pleased” by Alison
They certainly seem to be working for me and are collecting moisture. The humidity in my bathroom has gone down. I prefer to recharge mine in the microwave though as personally I think if you use a radiator it would just put the moisture back into the room that it has already collected. I have 3 and will buy a fourth shortly as I live in a house where humidity is a problem.