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DampRid Super Absorbing System

February 16, 2007

DampRid Super Absorbing System from Radius Product Development is the first spill-proof, child-proof, refillable product that prevents mold and mildew, reduces the musty odors they cause and reduces the allergens that trigger asthma and skin and eye irritation.

Radius gave the DampRid Super Absorbing System a wide, sturdy, anti-tip base, a proprietary drain that prevents spills if it is tipped over, an ergonomic easy grip design that allows one-handed pouring, and a refill pack that loads quickly and easily without handling the moisture absorbing chemical. The upper chamber features 360 degree venting for superior airflow, while the lower chamber has a unique spill-proof design to prevent leakage.

DampRid lasts up to 60 days depending on temperature and conditions and is environmentally safe, septic safe and will not reduce moisture to a level that could harm pets or houseplants. More info: www.damprid.com.
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