Inside mirror condensation

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  1. GAVLAD

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    Hi

    just noticed today that the bathroom mirrors are full of condensation.
    not seen this before - even throughout the snow and following thaw.

    Van is in storage and I've left the bathroom door closed up until now and seeing this, I've opened it.
    Only difference to the van is I've added two air-freshners (the car tree type on elastic) to the lounge area, so don't think that they're the cause.

    any ideas why I've got condensation now and have never had it before?
     
  2. Sid40

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    Sounds to me an condensation problem. Solution vent the room and make sure air is circulating
     
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    Thanks Sid40, I've kept the door open and will try vent where possible and will keep an eye on it
     
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    Cold glass....warm air....condensation.

    Same thing as condensation on your windscreen....colder air on the outside cooling the glass, warm moist air inside from breathing, cooking etc

    Leave the door open and you shouldnt hsve a problem.

    Enter stage left....the dehumidifier fanatics.
     
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