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    Post by rks1949 on Sat Feb 23, 2013 11:56 am

    I seen a post on another forum about making a moisture trap,out of some PVC (high pressure) pipe and using some Kitty Litter as the absorbant in it. I tried it and didn't like the way it was,or smelled!Mad Then I read on another post that a guy used the same setup,but inserted golf (whiffel balls) into it. So I removed the kitty litter and got some balls,then inserted them,(they fit tight) (12 of e'm) into the pipe. It works!Very Happy As the air rises up through the balls,any moisture in it clings to the balls,then falls to the bottom of the pipe. You just unscrew the top (or bottom),and drain the moisture out followed by a shot of air,then replace the end cap,and your ready to go again.Don't look at my old table and chairs!lol! I could get new ones,but I seem to spend all my extra money on air gun stuff!Laughing Ron

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