Monday, October 13, 2014

Gurin Mid Size Electric Dehumidifier Review

We are a line drying family!  We do not have a functioning clothes dryer so we dry all of our laundry either outside on a clothesline or inside on several drying racks and multiple clotheslines strung up along the ceilings in our house.  Its a great way to conserve energy and save money but there are days that its a bit of a pain.  When its humid for example.  Sometimes if its raining outside and we cant dry outside, it ends up getting super humid in the house from all of the moisture evaporating from out wet laundry.  When this happens I need a good dehumidifier to pull the moisture out of the air.  I saw the Gurin Mid Size Dehumidifier and wanted to try it because it would be the perfect size for our bathroom.


The Gurin is electric and uses Peltier Technology meaning no compressor so its light and quiet.  We've had other dehumidifiers that are really loud.  So loud in fact that we could hear them running in the basement.  But this one was super quiet.   Its got a good sized spill proof reservoir in the bottom to collect water and holds up to 1500ml of water so it was perfect for our laundry drying in the bathroom.  It also has an automatic shut off feature so that the machine shuts down when the reservoir is full so you don't have to worry about it overflowing and just creating more of a problem.  I definitely noticed a change in the humidity upstairs while it was running.  And its small and compact so it didn't take up a lot of space.

Photo 2 Gurin Dehumidifier 2

If you line dry like us and need something to help with the moisture on laundry day,
try this baby out!


Disclosure:
I received a sample product free of charge to facilitate this review.  I was not compensated for this review.  All opinions expressed are my true and honest opinions.  Cross my heart!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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