Clever hack removes condensation from cars with 5p B&M product… and all you have to do is sprinkle it  

<div>Clever hack removes condensation from cars with 5p B&M product… and all you have to do is sprinkle it  </div>

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.

<div>Clever hack removes condensation from cars with 5p B&M product… and all you have to do is sprinkle it  </div>
Simple tricks can help get rid of condensation
Cleaning gurus swear by baking soda

But if the age-old techniques of using salt or cat litter just aren’t shifting it, here’s another simple trick that you’ll want to try.

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. 

The next morning 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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