sweaty toilet problems
so take that same idea and transfer it to my toilet bowl. it sweats. and i don't mean a little bit. short of keeping a soggy towel there all day what can i do? does this happen in all cold climates or is it because there's a lot of moisture here too? although it does not sweat all the time. i have noticed that it only sweats when it is either really hot (mid 60s) or really cold (below 20)for an extended period of time. in both instances the thermometer usually reads around 73 degrees.
i would love to fix this as it would help me keep my other problem under control...the mildew. ew! but that is another post entirely.
tia for any suggestions.
edited: thanks for all the comments and suggestions. i will certainly look into adding hot water to the mix. also i was as shocked as some of you were to find out that sweating toilets was normal to most when the opposite was normal to me.