Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Home & GardenMaintenance & Repairs · 1 month ago

why do my bedroom windows develop condensation?  ?

is there a way to get rid of this?

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  • 1 month ago

    Do you live with Emma? 

  • 1 month ago

    when you beath out you also breathe out water vapor.. To stop the condensation cover the inside of the window a certain might do the job or a sheet of cardboard

  • 1 month ago

    ten years on glazing exp,,,double pane glass sashes use 2 cut sheets of glass at the factory joined by evil smelling grey butyl dimethyl toluene lacquer thinner smelling plastic cement, glass is shipped in pallet sized quantities coated with fine plastic beads that prevent breakage in transiting to the assembly joint,glass workers are always n forever latino shorties with house supplied blue glass spray cleaner to ;clean da glass',,,,the stuff still sticks to enough glass resulting in seal failure at a ten percent rate, cerium oxide or old time glaziers pumice used with warm water 2 wipes then polish it off use airhose to blow the residue,this takes a bit longer,maybe a couple pennies more for each window processed thus,it is better technique and most owners stick witht he tried and failed tradition of the bluey spray cleaner,,,,,,,

  • ?
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    The glass does not insulate the hot conditioned air, from the cold outside air, well enough.  This is very often seen in double pane when the seal has broken. You'll get condensation between the panes. It could also be due to the humidity levels, when high, just like after a shower, condensation will be the result. If you have it on the windows, you could also have it on or in the walls, which can lead to mold.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Moisture in the air from you BREATHING.  So that means COVID in that moist air.   And no, cold does not kill it.

    How to get rid of the fog.  Open the window a bit like 1/4"  Also do it in a room kitty corner from that room as the moisture is in the house. and a slight cross breeze will eventually blow it out.

    . I drove VW Beetles. with air cooled engines so the windows fogged up because the heat was coming from our breathing.  Opening a window allowed the moisture to get sucked out and the windows cleared up.

  • Dixon
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Because it is warm inside and cold outside. During the day, open a window and close the door.

  • 1 month ago

    Because there is warm moisture laden air in you hose. When it contacts the cold glass, the moisture condenses on the windows. Either lower the moisture content in the air, or get better windows that do not conduct the cold to the inside surface.

  • 1 month ago

    open it !..simple as that ..sit in your car for 5mins ..with windows shut ..the windscreen will be soaked ..sleep in a bedroom with window shut and its the same ..warm moist air hitting a cold surface ..we never sleep  with windows shut ..in fact we don't heat the room..

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Warm air holds a lot of water, it meets a cold window and condenses. Either reduce amount of water in the air or change the windows to double glazing to reduce the temperature gradient.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's caused by excessive moist air in your house.When that air hits the cold windows you get condensation.Remove the source of moisture and it will dry up.If you have a humidifier turn it down.If you leave it you will eventually develop black mold.

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