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      Was wondering if anyon uses one of this to control humidity in the garage.

      http://www.homedepot.com/p/DampRid-64-oz-Hi-Capacity-Moisture-Absorber-FG50T/100391308

      It isn't really bad in my garage but enough to bother me. I keep my press with a light coat of silicone spray and that is working to keep it rust free but the parts that I can't spray, I have to clean regularly to wipe off rust or finger oils so it doesn't rust.
       
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      Was wondering if anyon uses one of this to control humidity in the garage.

      http://www.homedepot.com/p/DampRid-64-oz-Hi-Capacity-Moisture-Absorber-FG50T/100391308

      It isn't really bad in my garage but enough to bother me. I keep my press with a light coat of silicone spray and that is working to keep it rust free but the parts that I can't spray, I have to clean regularly to wipe off rust or finger oils so it doesn't rust.
      DampRid does a good job. I use it in my basement loading room. Don't need it much in the winter, but in the summer it sucks an enormous amount of water out of the air, even with air conditioning. Figure your cubic feet and get the unit for the next step up from that amount of coverage. Also, keep the air circulating. When it isn't, that's when moisture can settle out on surfaces, even if you can't see it, and things start to rust. When it gets hot and humid here in August, you should see the water that runs out of the central air unit from the change in temperature as it cools the air.
       

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