Protect Your Priceless Collectibles

Your Stuff, Our Solution

Your collection is your passion! You’ve spent thousands of hours, and who knows how many dollars to track down each individual item. Don’t let dampness or moisture ruin your investment or your enjoyment. Find the right dehumidifiers for collectibles.

Protect Your Prized Possessions

Consider the location where you store your collection. Are the relative humidity and temperature right for your items? If the relative humidity is too high, conditions are ideal for the growth of mold and fungus. For most mixed collections, a temperature of 65°F to 70°F is best for storage, with the relative humidity in the area of 35 to 50%. Neglecting these conditions will shorten the lifespan of your paper products and rust or corrode metal objects.

Check Your Humidity Levels

Inexpensive devices called hygrometers are available to test your environment’s humidity level. Once acclimated to the area, if you find your humidity level is too high – or if you live in a very warm and tropical climate, it’s time to purchase an Eva-Dry dehumidifier.

Be Proactive Before it’s too Late

Collections stored in lower levels or out-of-the-way locations may be subject to damage from even low levels of moisture that may be difficult to detect. Once you can smell the problem, the damage may already be done. Eva-Dry’s dehumidifiers are environmentally-friendly, easy to use, and great for all sizes of spaces.

Collections that can benefit from proper humidity control with dehumidifiers for collectibles:

  • Posters
  • Books
  • Stamps
  • Any paper or ephemera
  • Sports collections: cards, baseballs, clothing
  • Musical instruments
  • Dolls and their clothing
  • Paper money
  • Jewerly
  • Pictures
  • Comic books
  • Buttons and badges
  • Flatware and other metal items

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