February 2016

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Foggy Window - Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/shannonkringen/5082219253

What good does it do to have a view of the winter wonderland outside of your home’s windows if you can’t see it for all the fog on the glass? It’s frustrating, but it’s a fact of life here in Minnesota when the heat goes on inside the home and the air outside is frosty. There is a way, however, to help you see clearly. Read on.

What causes it?

Condensation occurs with the combination of moisture and temperature. The moisture in this case is the humidity inside the home. Air can only hold so much moisture, and the amount is can hold depends on the air temperature. “When air at a certain temperature contains all the vapor it can hold, it's said to be ‘saturated’, which means a relative humidity of 100 percent. When it holds only half the water

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