Easy 10-minute task cleaner does every morning to put an end to condensation

‘Game changing’ hack to cure damp, mould and condensation

Condensation is such a common damp problem that is inevitable in most homes, particularly with winter just days away.

It occurs when warm air comes into contact with cold surfaces (like glass) or when there’s too much humidity.

The good news is you’ll probably be able to fix the problem yourself, without the need for professional help.

In repose to a cleaning enthusiast asking on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips Facebook for ways to stop condensation on their windows, one woman suggested a quick and easy tip.

Lisa Stewart wrote: “When cleaning clients’ houses, I see lots of homes that struggle with condensation. Ventilation is the only way to get rid of it.

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“Open your window for 10 minutes every morning. It works wonders for putting an end to condensation and even mould.”

Other group members agreed with this tip. Jean Woods wrote: “Try to keep the windows ajar a little in the morning as it helps with damp and condensation by allowing air to circulate.”

Janet Green commented: “Need to open windows in a morning for a couple of minutes.”

Sue Watson said: “Ours are like this if we have them shut all the time, we open ours during the morning. I also clean ours every week inside and out.”

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Mrs Hinch fans are not alone in their suggestions that opening windows stops window condensation.

Window experts at Cardiff Window Cleaning claimed that upstairs rooms, like bedrooms, see the most condensation as a result of the warmth.

They said: “It’s important to ventilate your bedroom by having your windows slightly open.”

Although many are on the pricey side, other Mrs Hinch fans just suggested purchasing a dehumidifier. Miranda Hill urged: “Meaco dehumidifier, expensive but absolutely brilliant!”

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Lynn Alexander said: “Get a dehumidifier. I cannot recommend my Meaco one highly enough.”

Kitty Green wrote: “Honestly a plug-in dehumidifier is one of the best things in the house! My grandad got us our current one from Lidl and it’s amazing.”

Sonia Woods commented: “Dehumidifier and I bought a Karcher window cleaner just to suck up the condensation every morning.”

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