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How to Treat Condensation?

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To treat condensation, raise the temperature of the surrounding area or use a fan around the surface where the condensation has taken place. Condensation occurs as a result of the surface temperature falling below dew temperature resulting in the cooling of the humidity in the air and forming dew.
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