eezz wrote:With the recent weather, I want to find good ways to dry cycle gear. Once I hung it in the sports gear cupboard and went to put it on in the afternoon and everything squelched and reeked! At the moment I have the following setup which seems to work well. There's a bit of nylon chord rigged across two brackets and a desk fan from Dick Smith providing air circulation...
We have a 'clean desk' policy here at work... doesn't say anything about UNDER the desk
Do you have any good tips?
smc wrote:Server rooms are popular.
Atomic Kitten wrote:Can you hang it up behind the computer under your desk? Fan + warm air from the CPU would dry it nicely.
ian wrote:Atomic Kitten wrote:Can you hang it up behind the computer under your desk? Fan + warm air from the CPU would dry it nicely.
Then open as many applications as you can, really get that CPU cranking
Atomic Kitten wrote:smc wrote:Server rooms are popular.
Our server room is very cold
Weeeeeee wrote:....At home, I've got a desktop computer that's sole use is to dry my shoes - it does that good a job (thermaltake case with 3 rear-pointing fans).
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