a thingamy whotsit for getting condensation off windows

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10 years 4 weeks ago #31898 by kai
I have a scraper to scrape the condensation off windows. It gets the water off, but then you need a cloth or towel and have to squeeze it off into the sink.
is there a tool that would put the water into a container. a sort of scraper with hose into a bottle sort of thing. Or should I invent one? lol

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10 years 4 weeks ago #426968 by kalnetta
The Cleaners Warehouse in Christchurch has them with a bottle attached to the handle to collect the water.

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10 years 4 weeks ago #426980 by kai
looking at their website, I can't see a doofer I need, can you post a direct link please

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10 years 4 weeks ago #426982 by kalnetta
Darn its just been on CTV and I can't remember its name.
Perhaps You could E-Mail them.

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10 years 4 weeks ago #426984 by kalnetta
It is Mr.Scoopy That is its name!

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10 years 4 weeks ago #426989 by LongRidge
The bestest ever thingame for getting condensation off is a ......
woodfire with a wetback. With that running 24/7 we have lots of hot water and a dry house and no condensation. Without it we have cold water, a cold house and ...... condensation.

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10 years 3 weeks ago #427054 by Farmer53
A dvs thing. we find our's so good.

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10 years 3 weeks ago #427056 by Andrea1

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10 years 3 weeks ago #427057 by wandering free

Farmer53;425043 wrote: A dvs thing. we find our's so good.

Don't you find it cools the house down a lot on winter nights, we wouldn't be without ours but not on cold nights, good for lighting the log fire by creating a positive air pressure, also good in winter if the day is sunny when it brings in lots of free heat from the roof space.

We find double glazing does an excellent job of keeping the house free of condensation and keeps the house a lot warmer and quieter.

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10 years 3 weeks ago #427167 by kai

Andrea;425045 wrote: Looks like a very cool tool! Thanks, kalnetta!

www.cleanware.co.nz/StockCatalogue.asp?save=Goto&StockID=157#

thanks, I think I will be buying one.

The house isn't damp, it just almost as much glass as it has walls, so the water condenses very easily on the glass.

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10 years 2 weeks ago #428324 by kai
I bought one of those Mr Scoopy things and it is great, a simple tool and it does the job really well. I recommend it.

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10 years 2 weeks ago #428359 by Stikkibeek
Anyone likely to be selling them at the field days? I am going.

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