What are the pro’s and cons of having a trunk mat if any. Pretty sure mine originally came with one as there was remnants of a cut up one when I got it.
:thumbsup:Temperature cycles are what causes the condensation to form. The bigger the swings and the more frequent they are the greater the condensation.
I was under the impression that type of desiccant loses it's effectiveness after 3-4 recyclings ? I now use "Dry-Z-Air" in the winter months, but one wouldn't want to drive the car with those active pots in the trunk.:thumbsup:
This is exactly why I keep fresh bags of desiccant in my trunk year round. For winter storage I like the CarJacket in conjunction with numerous bags of desiccant. To restore the used desiccant to fresh status I put the bags in my attic during the summer months where the extreme heat dries them out. After a few weeks of cooking I then put them in a sealed ziplock bag until I need them at which time I take out of the sealed bag. Basically the same process the mfg. of the desiccant recommends which is using an oven. The only difference being you don't have to break open the bags and pour the desiccant onto a cookie sheet to dry it out. This method requires the fresh desiccant to be poured into a special canister then reused vs. leaving it in the original bag which obviously you cannot dry in an oven. JMO and it works for me.