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Manage My Life

How can we stop our windows fogging in the cold?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
April 26th, 2007

I have single pane windows in my living room that fog up, and condensation appears. When it is really cold outside, ice appears on the inside of the windows. We are wanting to replace the windows in the spring, but in the mean time, is there a product we can spray onto the windows to stop them from fogging up?

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We would suggest the installation of a temporary interior storm window, on the warm side of your primary windows. There are kits available at most major building supply stores that allow you to install something similar to the plastic wrap that you use in the kitchen to keep food fresh. The plastic is placed over the entire window and frame, and the hairdryer is used to tighten it up.
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