Damp in garage problem found!!

I made a post a few weeks ago that made no headway as my explanatio
wasn't that good. Anyway my garage is at the end of a terrace o garages with a single skin brick wall and corrugated asbestos roof. have found the damp problem I had originally posted about. The asbesto roof is pourous the bottom of it is soaking wet and it's also drippin in places. What can I do as I use it as a workshop type area with tool and bit's and bob's all over the place, that I obviously don't wan getting wet/damp
-- Alec
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Are you sure about that? We haven't had much rain of late and condensation can be sufficiently bad to drip in certain circumstances.
--
Roger Chapman

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I've recently experienced the worst condensation that I've seen in my garden shed in the 20 years it's been there (corrugated plastic roof, definitely leak-free).
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A product called acropol will reseal the roof sheets may require a primer if very porous.
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Alec wrote:

If its really porous, most types of paint will de-pore it. But its much more likely to be condensation.
NT
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snipped-for-privacy@care2.com Wrote:

Yes it does sound more likely to be Condensation thinking about it Anyway I can stop this or at least reduce it
-- Alec
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