Is there any way to prevent condensation on the toilet flush tank in the bathroom?
I know it's not like condensation in other rooms (bedroom, etc.), because the hot shower in the bathroom causes a lot of water molecules in the air, which are mostly hot. The water in the toilet flush tank is cold, and because of the temperature difference there will be condensation on the outside of the flush tank. Any way to prevent this?
This is an age old problem in cold countries so I'm guessing someone must have found a solution. (I recently moved from a tropical country to a cold country.)