[V6-12v] water in all 4 footwells in 92 audi 100 CS after 7days of miserable rain/cold

Clive Young cyoung1661 at rogers.com
Fri Oct 28 18:47:55 EDT 2005

I have a portable dehumidifier in my basemant.  I think they are popular. If
you can get one just take out your rear seat ( super easy  ) just push
straight back and lift . stick the dehumidifier in their with an extension
and it will totally dry out the air and interior. MAy take a while though ,
but it will work.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "The CyberPoet" <thecyberpoet at cyberpoet.net>
To: "12V List" <v6-12v at audifans.com>
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Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005 1:21 PM
Subject: Re: [V6-12v] water in all 4 footwells in 92 audi 100 CS after 7days
of miserable rain/cold

> To further Tom's suggestion, there are solar powered exhaust window
> fans on the market which fit into the window frame for the rear
> windows well (and are adjustable width to block the small height they
> consume, so rain can't be driven in normally). They won't work nearly
> as fast as a proper blower and a dry day by itself, but are viable to
> continue the process while parked at work, etc.
> Also, you may want to consider a product called DampRid. I don't know
> if it's marketed across the country, but it's available at any
> Walmart/Target/grocery store/etc here in Florida. Basically, silicate
> in a basket that sits over a bucket (the outside of the counter). Pop
> a few of them open and set them in the car, and they will dry out the
> air, drawing the remaining moisture out of the fabric via the air
> (note: I would expect how well it works to be directly proportional
> to the temp of the interior of the car, because that dictates how
> much moisture the air can carry as humidity).
> Cheers
> =-= Marc Glasgow
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