How To Stop Condensation: Mini Moisture Trap Back In Stock!

How to stop condensation!

Have you been looking for a solution to how to stop condensation in your home or car? By far one of the most effective solutions for this well known household problem is to use moisture traps and take steps to reducing the amount of moisture you generate in problem areas. How do you go about doing this?

Firstly, make use of Moisture & Condensation Traps to control the problem. Caraselle Direct sell a wide range of Condensation Removers, each one targeted to a particular area in your home. The Mini Moisture Trap is one in this range and this Best Seller is now back in stock! These brilliant mini traps will absorbs moisture & humidity, protect against damp, help prevent damp & mildew damage to walls & fabrics and being sold in a small useful container makes is ideal for use in the Home (cupboards, window sills, small spaces) and brilliant for the car, caravan etc. Extremely popular and now back in stock! Other options include the following:

Croc Odor Moisture Absorber great for small rooms and spaces. Being completely spill proof makes it perfect when you need to use it near pets or children.

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Gel-Safe Moisture Trap: The Gel-Safe system regulates excess humidity, keeping it at the optimum level. This prevents damp, mould, mildew, bacteria & musty odours – improving overall air quality & comfort. The really clever thing about this product is that the trap turns moisture into a gel, not liquid, therefore the  Gel-Safe residue cannot be spilled, which makes it ideal for multi-purpose use ie. Wardrobes, cupboards, cars, caravans & boats. The refills are extremely easy to replace with no mess or spillage.

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Kilrock Slimline Moisture Trap – a high airflow moisture absorber, with excellent absorption rates. It helps to prevent damp & mildew damage to walls & fabrics by absorbing moisture & humidity. Both reusable & refillable, it works immediately. Suitable for all rooms and no electricity or batteries required! It has an easy fill top and no spill sides. With a refill indicator it’s easy to ensure you don’t forget when it needs refilling.

Don’t forget damp is one of the most common causes of damp in homes and condensation on your windows is more than just a nuisance, it can lead to black mould spots on walls and ceilings and musty smells. So the next step would be to change your lifestyle to reduce the amount of moisture you generate in your home.

Think about all the water your create in your home through cooking, bathing (and then leaving the door open to remove the steam), drying clothes on airers and over radiators when necessary too. Making some changes to the way you live can also help reduce this condensation, by reducing the amount of water you’re creating. The main word here is ventilate! Open the bathroom window and shut the door, don’t open the bathroom door and keep the window shut! By opening the window you’re allowing all this moisture to escape out of your home – where you don’t want it, rather than allowing it to move through your home. Shut away areas that are generating extra moisture – if possible dry your clothes in a well ventilated room and again shut the door!  We all need to dry our clothes inside the home, especially in Winter for obvious reasons, but ideally drying clothes in a room such as your porch or any room you can shut off from the rest of the house is a good idea. Similarly, when cooking open a window and shut the kitchen door – and put a lid on your boiling pans!

The situation in many houses is the home is alone for the middle part of the day at work or school, and as a result the heating timer turns the heating off to save energy. People return to the home later in the day and naturally put up the heating… but keeping a lower and ambient temperature is far better, regular heat allows an ambient temperature to be achieved on your walls and windows etc. rather than the off – cold air, on – hot air cycle which many people create.

Making small changes to the way we live and making use of condensation removers is the answer to how to stop condensation! See the whole range of condensation removers here>

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