Spick & Span window cleaners are often asked by homeowners how to solve the problem of condensation that builds up on windows, and so we thought that we would write a brief article on the subject.
If you ever take a cold can of drink out of the fridge and put it on the sideboard you will notice how in a short-while water droplets form and begin dripping down the tin. What has happened? Warm air, or humidity within the air of your room when coming in contact with the cool can drops in temperature and vaporizes. The same is true when warmer air hits your window panes.
How can this be prevented? One way is to ensure that there is sufficient ventolation in the room itself, to achieve this keep the window adjar if at all possible and regularly open the windows, alternatively you can purchase a de-humidifier.When the seal to a window becomes loose and condensation gets in between the sheets of glass, you may be able to solve the problem by using a hairdryer, if not replace the sheets of glass, but ensure that , when you do , you regularly follow the steps mentioned above to prevent this occurring again.