CLEANING gurus swear by this clever hack that removes condensation from cars for just 5p.
Humidity can make taking off in the morning a bit more frustrating, especially since there’s little a driver can do to combat condensation.
Baking soda, also known as bicarbonate of soda, naturally de-humidifies high-moisture cars, while also banishing pesky smells.
If you’ve run out of baking soda and want to give this hack a try, you’ll find some for as cheap as £1 in B&M.
All drivers need to do is sprinkle baking soda to sit overnight.
Themorning it will have soaked up all moisture – and leave behind a much nicer smell.
This comes after drivers were left raving over a “magic” de-icing hack that saves them from scraping their frozen windscreen – but some question whether it wastes fuel.
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