You have to absolutely nuts to live on a 22′ sailboat in the Pacific Northwest with a perpetually wet dog and a witch. I must be effing nuts.
In Hawaii we called the rain liquid sunshine but here it just sucks. I have lived aboard for 5 years in the Pacific Northwest and every winter seems to be worse than the last. I walk Chloe every 4 hours so every 4 hours I have a fresh wet dogie jumping around turning my little boat into a damp steamy jungle. Serena is an herbalist and has a witches cauldron brewing a vat of her steamy brews constantly. Condensation never ends, water finds its way into every nook and cranny of the boat, it gets so damp even my soul is wet. When I found H20 Out at the Port Townsend Wooden Boat festival I was hooked.
We all know I have no price and cant be bought, well this product is made in America and the company is owner operated and the canisters are infinitely renewable. Regardless of how the product works they are already a solid 6 in my book. The big question is will it work Today starts a one year torture test of what may be one of the best products introduced to boating in the last ten years. I paid $100.00 for two canisters, the truth is I would be willing to shell out any amount of money to once and for all stop the little mold factory condensation produces. All I can do is hope and pray that it returns my sanity because if this cant nothing will.
Dripping water can pierce a stone.~Unkown