Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 29
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Benniman Nice appearance, functional
The plastic looks pretty close to marble. Fits in with surrounding décor. Appears to work, although hard to tell right away.
June 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mophead Better Than The Old Plastic Cup
I've used Damp Rid for many years, utilizing the black plastic cup filled with granules. This is a very nice change appearance-wise, and the loose granules are gone! The pouches used now are simple, not messy, and have a nice fragrance. I put one of these in my car!
May 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by hillgang Decorative way to get rid of the musty smell.
I've used DampRid for years. We live on the coast and it helps absorb the moisture that causes the musty smell. Love that it has a decorative container and a scent. The scent is pleasant and not overpowering. The kit comes with two easy to use pouches. Just pop one in the container and you're good to go. The amount of moisture in the air will determine how long each pouch will last.
September 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sal38 Economical solution to minor moisture!!
the product comes in a nice decorative container which looks good. I use mine in a small workroom in my basement & it does a great job at taking the damp smell out of the air. It leaves a crisp & clean scent.
July 7, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by rfpnc1 Reusable, But Why?
Despite my distaste for the design, I decided to try the DampRid AirScapes Decorative Moisture Absorber in my basement, which is the dampest spot in my home. While the drying product that sits on a shelf in the container did collect some moisture, it seemed to harden much too quickly for the amount of moisture in the bottom of the container. So I'm not sure that it would be worth buying refills for the ugly container, which can easily be knocked over and apart. I am not sure who designs the actual container, but the faux plastic marble doesn't look even remotely like marble (looks like the plastic has been smeared) and it doesn't go with any decor in the house. The only positive aspect of this moisture absorber is that the scent is not overpowering.
October 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by freelyelee Damp protection with fragrant scent
I've used the standard bucket sized DampRid products in the past and they've always worked exceptionally well. I have a small bathroom without a window, so dampness is an issue. This option (though smaller than the tub I traditionally used), was much more attractive AND offered a fresh scent.
Good to know: The scent is fairly strong (I could smell it through the packaging). It's great for my bathroom but if you're sensitive to perfumes/fragrances it may be a bit overpowering.
- I would call this a "marble look." It's plastic and it doesn't look very much like real marble, but from afar it's just fine. (Much better than standard bucket).
All In all, I will definitely be buying more.
May 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Razor Fresh scent is an added bonus
Amazing product that “sucks” moisture out of the air. Easy enough to install – just remove from the plastic and voila, a great way to reduce the dank, musty odors in a closet. The container actually slowly fills with water, proving that it is working! The fresh scent is also nice – not overly strong. To be honest the decorative marble container is about as nice as you could expect from a plastic container (which is not much), but I don’t know why anyone would have it out in the open anyway.
August 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mark Works in a small area
The scent is not very strong, so if you're looking to use this primarily as an air freshener, you will be disappointed. Based on how much water was removed from the air in my mudroom, this item is good for small rooms/spaces. It is not a substitute for a dehumidifier, but will remove some of that dampness/dankness in parts of the home that might not have great air movement. This particular 'fresh' scent is more fitting for a bathroom than any other room but that is just my opinion. I'll see how it performs in warmer weather to determine if I will keep using it.
April 6, 2015