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nazzy_s

  5 months ago

How to stop condensation on toilet tank?
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Any tips or ideas to stop condensation on the toilet tank? It's dripping down and making my floor wet! So annoying all the time
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TheOldDragonsPaul

  5 months ago
Get yourself a plastic cistern !
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J6671413

  5 months ago
drain the tank when not in use or lag it in winter.
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Lrnhrz

  5 months ago
Open the bathroom windows after showering and if you have a ceiling fan use it when you're in the shower.
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ponygal

  5 months ago
If your water doesn't come via a water tank then, like mine, it'll be coming straight from the pipes in the ground, so will be a lot colder than your bathroom. If your loft is very well insulated and your water tank isn't, the same is likely to happen. It doesn't bother me unduly, as I've vinyl flooring in the bathroom, and I just put a small old towel underneath. Once outside temperatures warm up a bit, it'll be fine.
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crazykaz

  5 months ago
I see that other members have given you very good useful information and advise. I hope that you find an answer to your problem and can get it sorted out soon.
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boyanastaikova

  5 months ago
Could be the sealing
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Mark_W

  5 months ago
Turn down your heating.
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TolunaTeamEN

  5 months ago
Good morning, nazzy_s! We hope someone will be able to help you out with this! Thanks for being active on the community!
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SimonGUK

  5 months ago
Condensation is mostly caused by differences in temperature and excess moisture in the air. i.e. Your bathroom is warmer than the water in the tank.
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Improving ventilation (especially when showing or having a bath) should help but you might also want to consider dehumidifying tools or equipment.
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Another option is to insulate the tank or buy a replacement tank that is already insulated.
The plumbers term for this condensation is "sweat", so if you do an internet search on the subject that term might bring up more results.
Good luck. :-)
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trevjohn

  5 months ago
With better ventilation after bathing/showering, a warmer room, or, somewhere, it's leaking.
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