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I was wondering if any of you know how to build an effective dehumidifier since i believe it was discussed here multiple times before.
So i have a tiny bathroom and when it's closed it will have condensed water on the window, the window goes along the roof so it is sideways, as you can see this has created a little mold before and needs to be replaced eventually.

I still have a little bit of NaOh left from making pcbs, i heard that is good at sucking up the water in the air. But I'd rather use something else if possible.

Any help is appreciated.
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>>929433
Do a dodgy job and wire up an extractor fan to the light circuit, vent outside. This way, you just flick a switch, light comes on, extractor fan comes on, air exchange.

Or jus a fan on the windowsill. Or just open the window. The thing is that you just need to push fresh air in there. Otherwise youll be buying a pale of painters dehumidifier every day.
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>>929437
Alright thanks a lot,
then my problem is already solved because the window has a tiny vent on the top i never opened in the winter because i thought it would increase the humidity.

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>>929442
Oh, also you will get condensation anyway if it gets cold enough. You can get double insulated windows to prevent this. A cold object will just make moisture condense out of the air.
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>>929448
I will remember that for the time i will renovate it, btw the condensed water only builds up on the silicon edges of the window, the glas itself doesn't have a single droplet.
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