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Kitty Litter for Moisture Absorption

We have a underground storm shelter that we store our "off-season" clothes. Unfortunately, some of the time it was also damp and "musty". To the rescue is kitty litter. I chose kitty litter because it is scented and absorbent. I also put out charcoal.

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To be extra thrifty and have something to put the litter and charcoal in, I use lids, cake plate tops, and dinged up boilers from our local thrift store. The problem is solved so far. I prefer the kitty litter because it's scented and smells nice.

Source: Can't remember the source, but the idea is several years old.

By Joyce Lambert from Nokomis, AL

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November 21, 20120 found this helpful

Does this work like 'Damp Rid'? It would be so much cheaper.

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November 21, 20120 found this helpful

You mentioned using charcoal. I remember reading somewhere that if charcoal gets damp, it is combustible.

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Don't want a fire down there.

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