Homemade salt dehumidifier?
January 2, 2005 4:01 PM Subscribe
I'm looking for and learning about energy-saving/environmentally-friendly clothes dryer alternatives. My (basement) dryer is inefficient and requires a good 6' - 8' to vent (again, inefficiently) outdoors. I'm thinking of getting a Spin Dryer
, but still just occasionally
using the regular dryer to finish larger loads after the Spin. For the regular dryer I'm thinking of using an indoor dryer vent
, but I'd like to limit the added humidity with a homemade salt dehumidifer. Anyone have experience making one?
Can I just put the indoor dryer vent in a big plastic tub with some road salt to trap the moisture, maybe with some filtration media instead of the tub's lid to allow for some air escape? Or something somesuch? Does this plan sound okay so far?
posted by Shane to Home & Garden (8 answers total)