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Which blinds will stop condensation?

Condensation on windows is usually caused by heat differences in and outside of the house. Any object blocking the air flow to the windows can contribute to the severity of the condensation. 

For this reason, if a room is poorly ventilated and is used as a bathroom or washroom, for example, it is highly recommended to open windows and doors to allow circulation and prevent damp. This means that some blinds or curtains that fully cover and sit close to the glass pane in rooms that are prone to condensation can hamper efforts to keep the window clear of moisture.

Avoiding condensation
We would recommend blinds that allow air flow, such as vertical blinds or wooden or aluminium venetians, as both types of blind allow the slats to tilt, meaning air will circulate and leave clearer windows.
Our bathroom and kitchen blinds have features that are resistant to moist conditions and are a perfect response to the rooms’ potential humidity.

Another brilliant way to help prevent condensation is to purchase an air humidifier, which removes moisture from the air. This can not only reduce condensation levels, but can also help to prevent blinds from warping due to the moisture in the air.