Those little silica packets you find in bottles of vitamins, in some packaged foods and in electronics boxes are there to help protect the product you’re buying by absorbing moisture. You can save the packets and use them for a myriad of purposes around the house; but do you wonder what to do with them when they have absorbed their maximum amount of moisture? You can recharge them. Simply lay them on a baking sheet and dry them out in the oven at 275 degrees for an hour. Let them cool and use them again to keep things fresh and moisture-free throughout the house.
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