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Model # EWDH4

Internet # 202261882

4-Pint Dehumidifier

$48.96 /each
  • Just the right size for small interior spaces
  • Removes up to 4 pints of moisture daily
  • Automatic shut off

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # EWDH4

Internet # 202261882

The Perfect Home 4-Pint Dehumidifier features a compact design and quiet performance that makes it ideal for small rooms or personal spaces, such as bedrooms, nurseries, closets and offices. The dehumidifier removes up to 4 pints of moisture per day and has an indicator light that alerts you when the bucket is full.

  • Thermoelectric (Peltier) cooling module helps provide a quiet performance and energy efficiency
  • Modern compact design is ideal for a small room or personal space
  • LED indicator light alerts you when the bucket is full
  • Automatically shuts off for safety

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
5.12 
Product Height (in.) 
13.39 
Product Width (in.) 
8.07 
Details
Air Treatment Product Type 
Dehumidifier 
Automatic defrost control 
No 
Automatic shutoff 
Yes 
Bucket Location 
Back 
Bucket Storage or Bucketless 
Bucket Storage 
Bucket capacity (pints) 
3.2 
Casters 
No 
Color 
White 
Color Family 
Whites 
Control Type 
Manual 
Drain hose connection 
No 
LCD display 
No 
Minimum operating temperature (F) 
60 
Moisture removal capacity (pints/day) 
Number of Fan Speeds 
Product Weight (lb.) 
4.07 lb 
Pump 
No 
Remote Control 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Timer 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ETL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year parts / 1 year labor 

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Brand: Perfect Home
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Price: $40 - $50
Drain hose connection: No
Pump: No
Color Family: Whites
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I'm having an issue with condensation and mold build up in my bedroom, what do you suggest.

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Sheridan, Wyoming
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November 26, 2015
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Don't buy this unit; it is way too small.
Personally I would not buy this unit again. I brought it last week, and have barely seen 1 ounce of water in the tank, and my windows are weeping with moisture. I actually had to use a towel to soak up the water. Don't buy it!
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August 28, 2015
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Depending on where you mold is (floor, wall etc) I will tell you what I did. My bathroom had small spots of mold starting on the popcorn ceiling. I used a paint roller with thick cling bleach poured on it and rolled the entire ceiling. Then I put a dehumidifier in that bathroom. So far it's been almost a month and that has taken care of the problem.
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Oceanside, CA
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May 24, 2015
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I recommend this unit along with moisture-absorb pellet/charcoal buckets. It should solve your problem.
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May 13, 2015
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Sounds like a recipe for dust mite paradise. You need to dehumidify and move air around. Ceiling fan?
Dehumidifier. Open windows if not allergic to outdoors. If you have a master bath connected to bedroom suggest you get an exhaust fan in bathroom and use that to get humidity out.
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May 4, 2015
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Try to increase the amount of fresh air circulating into and out of the room, or if that is not possible, installing a dehumidifier.
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May 1, 2015
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We had a mold problem in our master closet (on the leather soles of some shoes and on some clothes) and it spread into our master bedroom. What worked for us was the following:
1. We had a mold remediation guy come out and check the humidity/water in the walls and under the carpet in the area. He found it to be relatively dry. That told us that moisture/water was NOT coming into the effect area through
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We had a mold problem in our master closet (on the leather soles of some shoes and on some clothes) and it spread into our master bedroom. What worked for us was the following:
1. We had a mold remediation guy come out and check the humidity/water in the walls and under the carpet in the area. He found it to be relatively dry. That told us that moisture/water was NOT coming into the effect area through the floor/foundation or the exterior wall. You really need to find out the source of the moisture/mold before you will know how to treat the area to remove the moisture
2. To get rid of the mold spores, we vacuumed the rug (per the instructions from the mold expert) 40 times: 10 times in each direction, like a checker-board grid.
3. Then to prevent recurrances, we bought a portable one-room dehumidifier.
I hope that helps.
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January 8, 2015
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The short answer: the solution is to use a dehumidifier to remove the excess moisture in the room. No extra water in the air means no condensate on the walls, which in turn starves the mold. The mold itself must be cleaned up, and there are plenty of websites (and possibly your local health department) where you can find info on the clean-up process. But the getting rid of the humidity is the key to a Read More
The short answer: the solution is to use a dehumidifier to remove the excess moisture in the room. No extra water in the air means no condensate on the walls, which in turn starves the mold. The mold itself must be cleaned up, and there are plenty of websites (and possibly your local health department) where you can find info on the clean-up process. But the getting rid of the humidity is the key to a long term fix. Read Less
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November 24, 2014
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The 4 pint dehumidifier has worked well for us. We have an office in an older building that is quite musky and humid . . . This has pulled a significant collection of water out of the air. I have heard no complaints regarding humidity since we purchased this easy to use product. You might want to consider finding the source of condensation and mold too to address proper mitigation if necessary . . .
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Does the unit have a drain connection?

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I would like to use the unit in a 10'x10' storage room that has a drain. I would prefer not to have to empty a reservoir by hand as some times I don't enter the room for weeks. Can I connect the reservoir to a drain via hose?
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Sheridan, Wyoming
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November 26, 2015
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No! It has a 4pint tank, easy to empty out. Personally I would not buy this unit. I brought it last week, and have barely seen 1 ounce of water in the tank, and my windows are weeping with moisture. I actually had to use a towel to soak up the water. Don't buy it!
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June 16, 2015
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Drill a hole in the bottom of the tank.
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No. Only collection cup. Easy to remove and pour out.
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May 13, 2015
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No you have to remove the tank and pour out the water. This small 4 pt container automatically shuts off when full Then the water would get nasty if you leave it. I would not recommend plugging in a dehumidifier and not checking on it for two weeks. You need something larger that has a hose attached to go directly to your floor drain.
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May 4, 2015
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This product does not have a drain hose connection.
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This unit does not have a built in drain connection. You would have to fabricate one yourself. It probably would not be too difficult.
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Is this to small to use in a bedroom in a basement that smells musty?

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I need a dehumidifier in my basement bedroom that is very musty is this too small?
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Way too small! Personally I would not buy this unit. I brought it last week, and have barely seen 1 ounce of water in the tank, and my windows are weeping with moisture. I actually had to use a towel to soak up the water. Don't buy it!
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October 20, 2015
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Yes, too small. I'd buy the smallest model available in store.
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Probably, this unit in my experience does not pull much water.
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My bedroom is upstairs and measures 13' x 11' and the dehumidifier takes the humidity down around 3 percent.
My basement has an LG dehumidifier I purchased in 2010 that has a hose hooked up to a floor drain
which I purchased at Home Depot.
I can't imagine putting this small dehumidifier in the basement bedroom without also having a larger main dehumidifier to take care of the basement.
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In a basement yes, you would need a bigger unit. In a bedroom, I would put it up as high as you can (mine sits on a tall dresser) near the water source. If you have a connecting bathroom, put it in the bathroom instead.
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Does this run on a battery on only on a power cord

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Needing a dehumidifier for a crawl space that can run on batteries, does this one run on batteries
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It runs on a power cord with an AC Adapter that get very hot. Personally I would not buy this unit. I brought it last week, and have barely seen 1 ounce of water in the tank, and my windows are weeping with moisture. I actually had to use a towel to soak up the water. Don't buy it!
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Power cord, but it converts ac power to 12v dc power, so you could cut the cord after the converter and hook it to a 12 volt battery.
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Runs on a power cord (no battery). Has to be plugged in.
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Power cord.
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May 23, 2015
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The Perfect Home 4-Pint Dehumidifier is run only by plugging the cordinto an outlet.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 267 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by It works It doesn't pull the moisture out of the air very fast, but it does work. It's pretty quiet. I would recommend it for a small space. It wouldn't put a dent in the humidity of an entire house. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Very quiet and works very well in my small area of 300 square fee. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Already detect a difference I've only used this dehumidifier one night and immediately detected a difference. I use it in a small camper and was waking up damp with all the rainy nights but today I woke up dry which tells me this product works. I like that you can see the water collect and that it is a cute sleek design, and the white noise is calming in my opinion, very subtle. I'm satisfied with my purchase, my only concern is that the battery is very hot. June 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Simple I've had this dehumidifier for a week and was using it in a finished basement and blocked off in a separate 10x10 room with a walk-in closet attached. Pros: it does work, I don't have a percentage of humidity gauge, but it pulled about 1 pint of water out of the 4 pint holder. Cons: it only has an on and off switch so you can't set temperature. I would leave it on at night because I like a little noise then turn it off when I'm gone at work. I think you would need to leave this product on all the time in order for it to fully work, which I didn't want to do. I still felt a little dampness so I've decided to go and return this and get the large one where you can set the humidity level and for it to shut on and off on its own. You get what you pay for. Like I said, it does work, but maybe not to the level I would like. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by working well purchased to help keep humidity out of a bedroom closet. it's small enough to be out of the way, but large enough (holds 4 pints) to be effective (closet is 8' long x 4' wide' 7' high); runs super quietly and has an auto shut off when it's full. easy to operate, empty and clean. I will likely purchase another for another small space. June 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome little dehumidifier! This dehumidifier is great! I live in a older house where moisture is an issue. I bought two of these- one for the bathroom and one for the bedroom adjacent to the bathroom. About every week I empty both canisters. It has greatly cut down on the dampness and the associated smells. I highly recommend this appliance for smaller spaces! June 6, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Okay for a small unit We tried this in a small bathroom to clear out some of the humidity from showering. It really didn't pull more than a few ounces in 24 hours. It is fairly, but not very, quiet, so you might find it useful for a closet or basement. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Purchase Dehumidifier is very quiet. I use it in my workshop and it works great. I empty it about once a week. It pulls a lot of moisture out of the room. My workshop is a 24'x24' building and the 4 pint is a perfect size. May 6, 2016
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