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    Default Dri-Z Aire Humidity reducers?

    At the Sapporo orientation somebody made mention of some stuff like the Dri-Z Aire things that we use back in the States being available here in Japan. I'm sure they are called something else, but does anyone know what they are called. They are used to get humidity out of the air and collect it in a little pan where it can be dumped and removed from a room/apartment. My clothes have been damp the last few mornings and it really is starting to piss me off - I have to get the humidity out of here.

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    Default Re: Dri-Z Aire Humidity reducers?

    and every time i notice them, they're on the bottom shelf at the grocery store/pharmacy/whatever in a cardboard pack of 6.

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    they are not exactly what the op was looking for, but they do the job and are cheap to boot.
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    They have lots of humidity catchers in the 100 yen store, nice and cheap. They also have long strips versions (which look like those plastic bags for making ice cubes at home, except they're paper) which you can hang in your wardrobe between your clothes.

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    Default Re: Dri-Z Aire Humidity reducers?

    That`s great! Thanks for the info on this everyone. I`ll start at the 100 yen store and go from there.

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