Shoppers are going wild for bargain buy from Wilko that gets rid of condensation for good | The Sun

Shoppers are going wild for bargain buy from Wilko that gets rid of condensation for good | The Sun

GETTING rid of condensation in your home can be easier said than done.

But shoppers have found a handy gadget from Wilko and it does all the hard work for you. It won't break the bank either.

The budget shop's Moisture Absorber works like a dehumidifier to remove excess moisture from the air, preventing condensation and mould from forming.

It even claims to trap musty smells from your home, making it worth every penny for some shoppers.

The bargain product was shared by one keen money saver on her TikTok by @just_simple_clean and it turns out she's not the only one who swears by them.

The UniBond Aero 360 Moisture Absorber will set shoppers back £6 at Wilko, but they're available at other retailers including Dunelm and Amazon.


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To make things easier the product is refillable and it even lets you know when it needs a new tab.

The tab absorbs the moisture in the air as the bottom half fills with water you can simply pour out.

"I've used these for years they're great," one TikTok user raved.

A second agreed: "I've got one and they're brilliant, mine last about a month in the water."

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And a third was shocked by how effective they were, she wrote: "I use these in my basement, it's amazing how much water they collect!"

"I've got them all over the house and yes they work," someone else chimed in.

And one user offered some helpful advice to anyone considering buying their own, she said: "Just be careful putting them next to blinds or curtains.

"Had an unfortunate incident with the blue sludge, that stuff stains!"

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