Before we go into how you can get rid of it, it helps to have a little understanding of what condensation is and why it occurs.
Firstly, condensation is the physical process by which a gas or vapour changes into a liquid.
It happens when the temperature of the glass falls below the ‘Dew Point’ temperature of the humidity of the surrounding air. The ‘Dew Point’ temperature can differ depending on the level of water in the atmosphere and the air temperature.
Contrasting differences in temperatures between internal and external environments, and the glass, is what most typically causes condensation to form on glass.
So that none of the above problems come to fruition, remove any condensation that becomes evident with a towel or squeegee.
For any further advice you need in relation to condensation, we’re always happy to answer your questions and help over the telephone or at either of our showrooms. You can also download our FREE and helpful guide to condensation here – it’s all part of the 5 Star service.
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