Good Questions: Drippy Window Fog Solution??

Good Questions: Drippy Window Fog Solution??

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Maxwell Ryan
Jun 14, 2006
Hello AT, The past few days have been humid. It is _always_ humid, however, in our windows. As you can see there is moisture between the two panes, which creates a kind of permanent drippy fog. Would appreciate advice on how to address this and hopefully achieve less soggy views...

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All the windows in our tenement apartment seem to have this problem, which has been constant since we moved in one month ago. There appear to be gaps around the aluminum window frames too, no doubt due to their less than attentive installation in old, uneven walls. We do not have air conditioning. The fog is there regardless of weather or cooking, showering, night or day. This is a particular drag, as the windows are strong features that help to increase the apparent size of the small rooms. Many thanks, Brian Dear Brian, This is a tough one that came up awhile ago in this post, Fixing Foggy Windows?. Does anyone have advice on this? Is it simply a "buy a new window" solution?
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