Will a self-regulating heating cable save moisture?

Vitaly asks:
The room is not residential, not heated, but in winter a little wall gets damp, moisture draws from below, is it possible to lay a self-regulating cable by a plastic baseboard, warming up a little the junction of the wall with the tiled floor and tear off the dampness.
The answer to the question:
Hello! No strong effect will not work, you need to at least do good ventilation to draw moisture, and it is also possible to warm the room well. In this case, it is better to think about screed and waterproofing.

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