Shoppers are raving about 'excellent' £7.50 product that costs nothing to run and 'removes mould within 48 hours' | The Sun

SHOPPERS are raving about a cheap product from B&Q that removes mould within 48 hours.

The retailer is known for selling hardware items and home improvement goods.

Shoppers spotted the Blyss Curve Reusable Dehumidifier which costs just £7.50 and has been said to banish mould and condensation.

Mould and condensation can spread around the house particularly when temperatures drop in the winter.

If left untreated, mould can pose a risk to vulnerable Brits with existing health problems like eczema or asthma.

The dehumidifier even costs nothing to run as you do not need to plug it in.

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It is reusable and can be used to remove excess water and damp you have lying about your home.

It comes with a water capacity of 900ml.

Shoppers are impressed, with one saying it's an "excellent product".

"Wasn't sure if these things actually worked but was willing to have a try.

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"Within two days of use there was 1cm depth of water in collection tank!"

They added: "The solid disc you pop in the top slowly dissolves and the water collects in the tank.

"Condensation gone, black mould gone."

While another happy customer wrote: "Cheap and cheerful but does the job.

"Great that refills are available – bought one and immediately went back for two more!"

Another added: "I found this after the other well known brand sold out overnight.

"I noticed the reviews were much better on this one anyway so decided to give it a go and so glad I did.

"We have one in the front room and one in a bedroom and the amount of liquid it has collected is crazy."

As it is a reusable product, you will need to replace the refills.

B&Q is currently selling them for £5.50 for a pack of two.

At the time of writing, B&Q's Blyss dehumidifier was the cheapest one we could find and so were the refills.

Of course, it's always best to shop around to compare.

If you're struggling with mould around your house, there are ways to tackle it.

How can I get rid of mould in my home?

We tested out some top hacks for tackling mould to see how effective they are.

There's also the trick of placing salt in a bowl and hoping it catches mould – our reporter Harriet Cooke said it worked quite well.

And, costing £1.70 for 500g from Tesco, salt isn't too expensive to buy either.

You can read a full list of mould prevention hacks and our verdict in our test here.

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One home expert suggested using things like indoor plants, dehumidifiers like the one above and charcoal bags.

While this property pro told readers they need to ensure they're wiping down their windows every morning and are looking out for leaks.

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