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Guinea Slave

Forum Donator 2017/18
Oct 27, 2010
HI Guys

I need some advice. I have just replaced the guineas shed which a much more solid version. Very happy with it, its gorgeous and much lighter and stronger than the last which slowly started to rot! However, when it arrived it had been on the lorry the night before and got damp. I let it air for a day or so but now its winter its never going to dry properly I guess and although everything feels dry, there must be some residual dampness in the wood.

Unfortunately this means I am suffering from condensation on the windows which I really dont like. I will bring the guineas in and then open up the shed to air as much as possible for the odd hour or so but I am just wondering if anyone has any clever ideas? Would a small dehumidifier help?

Thanks in advance!