Is there a treatment to stop window condensation?
Filrst of all.. as you know condensation will occur whenever the window surface is cool enough to allow moisture in the air to condense on it, which is why some condensation can be expected in the winter – condensation should be controlled as much as possible since it can damage the window’s components, cause the wood to rot and saturate the wall insulation reducing its effectiveness. Some tips for correcting this are: Vent gas burners and clothes dryers to the outside. Dryer and kitchen range exhaust fans should never be vented to the attic. Install exhaust fans in the kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry rooms. Controlling or covering other sources of humidity (radiator water pans, fish tanks, large numbers of plants, etc.). Installing a dehumidifier. Opening fireplace damper. Ventilating the crawl space or basement: Install foundation vents or leave a basement window cracked in the fall or early winter to ventilate your basement or crawlspace. Another positive measure is to connect a sma