How to Get Rid of Foggy Windows
Most home owners deal with the problem of foggy windows from time to time, especially in
the summer season. Foggy windows are caused due to water that has become trapped
between the panes of your window due to some kind of leak or weakness in the window. As
the temperature increases this water turns to a vapor.
Foggy windows can drastically change the look and appeal of any room? No one likes the
dingy look from foggy windows. It can make the home seem old an worn out but getting rid
of the fog on the inside of the window is a challenge. You can scrub and clean all you like with
no results. The fact is you are applying all that elbow grease to the exterior of the windows
when the problem is in the interior because the fog has formed in between the panes of your
multi layered window and it is simply impossible to clean it from the outside.
So, how does the fog got inside? The truth is your window is defective. It could be due to age
or just poor quality materials or installation. During the winter or even just a little rain, the
water gets trapped between the panes of your windows because of a failure in the integrity
of the windows seals. That water eventually gets vaporized with the a little increase in heat,
leaving you with a foggy window. It doesn’t matter if it is a replacement window or a brand
new window, if it is getting for, it’s because of a leak allowing the water vapor to form
between the panes and of course, that will blur your view through the window.
How repair the foggy window?
We can suggest the following things to repair your foggy windows.
Defog your window
Call windows defoggers to drill a small hole in the window. They will fill the cleaning liquid
inside the hole and allow it to dry. After drying they install air vents in the window which
allows the fog to evaporate when it form again in future.
Window sash replacement
You can replace your old window sash if you have a removable one. Retaining the framework,