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Window Misting

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Old September 24th 04, 06:06 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Harry Hotspur
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Default Window Misting

My front window is shagged! I know it as it's an
old van but I want it to last two more years.Th
window mists up in the damp,when the sun shines
iot clears fine.I've drilled a couple of holes in
to try and extract moisture then plug holes,or
blow warm air in.Don't work.
We have decided to buy a new van after hospital
treatment but need any ideas to help without
buyina an expensive front window then trade the
van in.Think I'm fighting a losing battle but you
never know.thanks.

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