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Green Building Bible, Fourth Edition
Green Building Bible, fourth edition (both books)
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    • CommentAuthorRex
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2020 edited
     
    What ho one and all,

    Not exactly a building question but nevertheless, ..........

    Triple glazing, no leaks, but at certain times of the year and/or weather conditions, we get condensation on the outer pane. I believe this is quite normal so not to worry.

    But when it happens, there are usually trails left in the condensation. Slugs? Snails? I don't know. What I do know is, usually slugs / snails leave a 'slimy' trial behind and there is none (that I can see.)

    So what is causing this?

    Thanks and toodle pip
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    • CommentAuthorowlman
    • CommentTimeJun 13th 2020
     
    Like you Rex I'd say snails, but perhaps it could be water from the condensation forming along previously dried and now invisible slippery trails.
    If it's a snail in this case, I'd check your whisky bottle. There may have been times in my youth when I described a similar wayward course.:bigsmile::wink:
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