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  • #16
    Originally posted by ChrisEdu View Post

    I know people suggest rice, but cat litter has a far greater surface area and should absorb moisture more efficiently.

    It's also good for helping to stop a car from fogging-up inside.
    Or if you're called short mid-journey.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by learningtofly View Post
      Or if you're called short mid-journey.
      I'm still too young to know about that, but thanks for the benefit of your experiences!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by ChrisEdu View Post

        I'm still too young to know about that, but thanks for the benefit of your experiences!
        That's not even funny

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        • #19
          😂😂😂😂😂😂

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          • #20
            Originally posted by learningtofly View Post
            That's not even funny

            Clearly there speaks the voice of experience!

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            • #21
              Originally posted by riaz View Post
              LOL.
              Given watch is behaving as normal. SHould I even bother making an issue of it? Is there any risk of watch damage if I just carry on. It was a freshwater lake. Surface swim only. I presume should dry out and if keeping normal time, I can just continue to wear it as normal just remembering not to put it in water
              I agree with what's been said about not wearing a Speedy when swimming.
              However, I think you probably got away with it. But it's never good to see condensation inside a watch, as I found out...http://www.newturfers.com/vb/forum/w...-my-ss-daytona

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