ONE issue a lot of people struggle with when it gets colder is an increase in the amount of condensation in their homes.

And while there are numerous ways to reduce this, one hack that's been doing the rounds on social media recently is to use washing up liquid.

After seeing the hack, Sunny decided to give it a go, and documented the process on TikTok.

"So I thought I'd give the washing up liquid on the windows hack a go," she began.

"It's meant to help with condensation by reducing it or stopping it altogether.

"I went in with a microfibre cloth and then kitchen roll to make sure it is all dry.

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"Then I went in with Elbow Grease washing up liquid on a dry microfibre cloth.

"Just a small amount, and you want to smear it all over the window.

"I like to focus on the bottom of the window because that seems to be where it's the worst, but you want to get it everywhere.

"And then I'll come and check in the morning to see if it actually helped."

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The next morning, Sunny went into the nursery to open the blinds and see if the hack had worked.

"And to my surprise it actually did," she grinned.

"So the washing up liquid is meant to form a barrier to stop the water sticking to the window.

"And obviously there are other ways that reduce or stop it altogether but this is just an easy, cheap way to do it."

She also revealed she's planning to wipe the windows and reapply the washing up liquid around once a week to start with.

"I know this isn’t the perfect solution but it’s cheap and easy to do for now!" she added in the comments section.

"Definitely works, I tried it, got up in morning – clear windows," another person commented on the video.

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