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it only ever happens at this time and later, nothing in the day. Weird and very annoying. Any ideas?
I'd be willing to bet that it's probably not the cause.
Do you have your windows open?
At night time the pollen that has risen with the warm air descends as the air cools - I get mine quite a lot at night
and am not one to usually suffer from hayfever. I've heard about this pollen descending business though, it could explain it.
will leave your crockery and cutlery smelling extra fresh.