Sheeple,
@Sheeple@lemmy.world avatar

Open em. You don’t want mold

0x4E4F,

Yep, exactly what I was gonna say.

And you could take care of that just by having a space heater set at blow only (heaters off) blow at the window. It will clear everything up.

NegativeLookBehind,
NegativeLookBehind avatar

Is this after taking a hot shower, or this just happens regularly?

0x4E4F,

Yeah, good point, forgot to ask about that.

otp,

What does it mean if it happens regularly?

ericisshort,

You should buy a dehumidifier because your room is too humid which promotes mold growth. If your windows are constantly showing condensation, it’s likely your walls are too, and mold inside your walls can lead to all sorts of health problems.

otp,

Thanks. I often open my windows when I can, but I’ve been getting really dry skin since I’ve started opening them. Which made me think I need a humidifier…

My home’s air seems to fluctuate between way too dry and way too humid, and I don’t know how or why or what to do to fix it, lol

ericisshort,

Sounds like you need to use lotion instead of a humidifier. I don’t have this issue, but I dated someone who did for a few years, and once she started using lotion, she was able to deal with the dryness that always accompanies the cold.

NegativeLookBehind,
NegativeLookBehind avatar

It’s already been answered, but yea, too much humidity too often leads to mold growth.

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