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Hi
My downstairs front window has condenstation on it on the outside of a morning. Other houses don't seem to get it. Any ideas why i do and what i can do about it?
Thanks
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r wrote:

Outside? do you mean outside in the street or the front inside pane?
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r wrote:

Try cleaning the window/s with meths and a shammy leather. Give them a good clean and see if this cures it?
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"r" wrote:

By outside, do you mean the surface of glass that is in contact with the air outside your house? If so, one possible explanation is that there is a source of moisture near your window which doesn't apply to your neighbours' windows, such as the flue from a gas boiler. Boiler flue gases include a lot of water vapour which will condense onto a cool surface.
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