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Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73986 - 02/10/00 11:49 PM (22 years, 7 months ago)

Good call. Apparently drywall is also very similar, all you have to do is crush it and dry it in the oven.


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Anonymous

Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73988 - 02/11/00 01:00 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

DRY WALL!??
Now way, dry wall is Calcium Carbonate, I think, the same as chalk and sea shells. That wouldn't work very well as a desiccant at all.
De-icer is the same stuff as Damp-rid.


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Anonymous

Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73989 - 02/11/00 03:48 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

how about sreedy dry the stuff to clean spills ,will that work?


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Anonymous

Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73990 - 02/11/00 04:51 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

schlomo - you don't read very well, I said "apparently". I read about the drywall on another shroom page, and haven't tried it myself. However, anyone knows that anything dry, powdered or otherwise will work fine as a dessicant, when it is wet you just dry it out again, try it sometime. Even something simple like dry rice works as a dessicant.

Secondly, damp rid isn't calcium chloride, it's 90% anhydrous calcium sulfate, get it right.



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Anonymous

Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73991 - 02/11/00 04:55 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

Oh yeah schlomo, almost forgot. Calcium Sulphate is the very same as the naturally occuring element gypsum. Ever heard of gypsum board (AKA DRYWALL!), guess not...


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Anonymous

Re: De-icer as desiccant
    #73992 - 02/11/00 07:31 AM (22 years, 7 months ago)

dirtydog, ok, you are right. sorry to have been rude.
Yes I am aware of the fact that you can use any dry substance as a desiccant (like rice grains in the salt shakers at a Chinese restaurant). I also am familiar with gypsum board.
So Damp-Rid is actually gypsum minus the water molecule(s), huh? I thought I remembered using Damp-rid, but it must have been a dfferent brand that contained calcium chloride.
I just wanted to suggest the possibility of using de-icer as a desiccant. That's all... got lost in my own zeal, I guess.


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