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    dehumidafier water

    . I have a few dehumidafiers running in the basement and what wondering what they are considered as far as water production. I know that it draws moister out of the air so the moisture must lack most minerals. Has anyone else tried this?

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    it should be ok if the air is not to polluted,test it with a tds meter $7.00 on u pay

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    Okay will do. Water out of a dehumidifier is completly mineral free? Its in my basement so I don't think there are any pollutants

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    rain water works great mine off my roof tests at 5ppm

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    Yeah that's what I use in the summer

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