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In your opinion what is the best way of reducing condensation in our conservatory which was installed in July. We cannot afford a dehumidifier at this stage due to high heating bills.

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I don't know how well it will work in a conservatory, but we used to use Kilrock Damp Traps to reduce condensation around our windows - they cost about £3, and you can get even scented ones. I wouldn't say it cured the problem, but it definitely reduced it.


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Put some bowls of sale around it used to waork in parents caravan, salt attracts the moisture, and it a cheap thing to try


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Put some bowls of sale around it used to waork in parents caravan, salt attracts the moisture, and it a cheap thing to try

 

Thanks, but that would never work in a caravan due to the large number of vent holes a caravan has in the floor. Basically they are trying to dry out the earth's atmosphere as the dry air is quickly replaced by dry air from the outside. We got that t-shirt and learnt the hard way! :wink: As we have to open the conservatory door from time to time, I assume the same would happen, but thanks anyway.

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We also used to get a lot of condensation in the bathroom, fans didnt work so had to open the window a lot, bit chilly in winter:-)


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We also used to get a lot of condensation in the bathroom, fans didnt work so had to open the window a lot, bit chilly in winter:-)

Seems ventilation and warmth are the answer to will leave windows slightly open and see if it improves.

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