How do I seal a bathroom window?
A bathroom was added decades after the house was built (104 years ago) and there is a full size window in what is now the shower. The moulding is thick and beautiful and in good shape-I have no desire to tear it out. (the house is brick, so there is that, too) Currently I have a shower curtain hanging over the window, which is not ideal.
Here is my thought-
1-put adhesive diffuser stuff on the window (so it's no longer clear, but light can still come in-that peel and stick stuff)
2- some kind of waterproof sealant on the frame and windowsill, and then
3-use a plastic window kit like the kind used to seal windows both indoor and out, in winter. (3M is the one that comes to mind)
Most important though-will these window kits completely seal the frame to keep 100% of moisture out?
2nd-what product is best for sealing the wood-should I look at marine products?
Thanks in advance. My hubby (who grew up in a family of contractors) said this is not a solution, but he has not offered anything different, and in the past has not shown any creativity when solving issues that are 'no-typical'. So I am not likely to believe it is an impossible situation.