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Living & Working in the Pollensa Area This forum is for any comments, questions and advice about living (permanently or temporarily) and working in the Pollensa area. Aimed at ex-pats, property owners etc.

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Old 05-10-2017, 09:56
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Does anyone know if you can buy the dehumidifier sachets that you hang in wardrobes anywhere in the Port. I usually bring them out with me but forgot this time and I'm worried I'll return to mouldy clothes next year!!

Oh and before someone says the Chinese shops I've looked and couldn't find them in there!
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Probably one of the ferreterías .
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Probably one of the ferreterías .

That's my next port of call xx
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I got several plastic tubs that have granules in. I think I got them from Eroski or Hyper supermarket.
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Have you tried bowls of salt Debs?

Our last port of call before locking up in the winter is Eroski for big bags of salt.
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Have you tried bowls of salt Debs?

Our last port of call before locking up in the winter is Eroski for big bags of salt.

I haven't Hoopy ...didn't know that worked! Malc tracked some down at the ferreteria last night so we're sorted now thanks
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Mercadona have them as that's where I often get mine. Am sure maybe the other supermarkets might too or as Sparky says the Fereterias.
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Have you tried bowls of salt Debs?

Our last port of call before locking up in the winter is Eroski for big bags of salt.
Debz

We also use salt ...... works a treat

I also leave some of those little tiny soaps dotted around ...... on shelves and inside cupboards etc - they sell them by the bag load pollensa market ...... never really sure whether they are actually soap or little candle efforts for melting in a burner ...... but they do work just left around ..... pleasant but not overpowering smell
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