Mositure on windows inside

my windows are wet on the inside pleased advised

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  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jan 06, 2018
    Use troughs or bowls of table salt which will collect moisture in the air. Pour away water on a regular basis. Can be dried out in Microwave or Oven from time to time..... or buy commercial Damp collection troughs (Not expensive) They use Silica-gel..........

  • Caseyem11 Caseyem11 on Jan 06, 2018
    They are wet because cold air is coming in. First try to fix that using weather strips. Then try a damp-rid product that absorbs moisture. Never heard of the salt trick, worth a try.

  • Kar11696955 Kar11696955 on Jan 07, 2018
    Caseyem is right, caulk, they have a rope caulk you simply press it between the gap of window & edge. It's surprising how much cold air can find it's way inside. There are plastic kits for Windows. Use double sided tape, put up plastic sheet then shrink plastic to seal with hair dryer. It's early winter, good luck on your project!

  • MBG MBG on Jan 07, 2018
    So are mine in the winter. Water from the inside is condensing on the cold window panes. The only way I know to solve it is to reduce the humidity in the house with a dehumidifyer. (We have all new windows and doors).

    • Ron Ron on Jan 12, 2018
      im checking into to dehumidifyer. thank you

  • Mogie Mogie on Jan 07, 2018
    Make sure you are using the exhaust fans in your home. You need to pull that moist air out.

  • Ron Ron on Jan 12, 2018
    thank you

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Dec 20, 2021

    Cold air meets warm air and you get condensation.

    You can reduce the humidity with a dehumidifier, but an alternative way to go is get insulated windows, double panes with a gas as a sealer and new frames-probably the most expensive way to go.

    Less expensive but more labor intensive is caulk gaps to keep cold drafts out. Damp Rid products, shrink wrap inside the house, and insulate to the hilt.

    You could get an evaluation of your house to see where you are loosing the most heat, gas and electric companies offer this service, probably not for free.