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Old 06-10-2019, 08:51 AM   #1
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We have a 2003 Holiday Rambler Endeavor that is in beautiful shape. We have several windows that have fogged. Does anyone have a solution or diy fix for window fogging?
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Window Fogging

Try this recent forum discussion. There are others also that you can search from the google search box at the top right of the page here.

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Old 06-10-2019, 02:31 PM   #3
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I had windows fogging on my coach in 2015 and finally bit the bullet and fixed myself. Here's a post I did explaining what I used and how I did it.
Don't wait too long
Windows I fixed are still good.
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Old 06-10-2019, 05:36 PM   #4
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I tried a DIY repair after reading many posts about this subject only to find that it didn't work for me and so now I've decided to go with Coach Glass Solutions and have them install single pane laminated glass which seems like a great alternative. I'll let you know how it goes after July 22nd!
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I have/had the same problem in our 06 Southwind. The passenger side window and drivers side were pretty bad. In fact the passenger side was so bad that the glare from the sun combined with the fogging made it so I couldn't see my mirror. I did some research and in the end found a company that specialized in replacing dual pane (or pain) window glass with a thicker single piece of laminated glass. They came to our site in the RV park we were in, removed the windows, and sealed everything up with plastic. It took about 5 days for them to return with the new rebuilt windows and did a great job putting everything back together (on Christmas Eve). It wasn't as cheap as DYI, but they look great, and I don't have to worry about another dual pane window failure!
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Had 11 fogged windows in my 2008 American Eagle. Used RV Fog Dr., in Searcy, Arkansas. They did a great job defogging my windows. It took 1 day to complete. Started at 7am and were done by 4pm.
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After looking at various solutions I took a good look at the windows themselves. Mine had significant signs that the insides of the glass panels were beginning to etch. So even if repaired the view would be diminished. Making repair not an option. Plus my neighbor has had several done not sure by who but the fogging has reoccurred.

Not wanting to go that route I went to a local auto glass shop and had all 13 swapped out with laminated glass. The moving panels are laminated and tempered. These are some heavy pieces of glass. The improvement is remarkable.

I did the green tint on the door and drivers side window and smoked for the rest. It was not cheap but worth every penny.
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RV Glass solutions Oregon replaced 12 with laminated glass Happy.
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Since I don't know where you live, I took mine to Professional RV Sales in Colleyville Tx. They do fogged windows and did a nice job on some of my windows.
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I followed the "don't wait too Long" procedure mentioned above which worked very well for me, but one needs to be a DIY person. I also ordered the materials needed as the thread mentioned. I did 10 individual glass units 2 years ago, all are still good.


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For those of you who have gone the DIY method... how much money in materials are we talking about? I am having the fog issues in most of my windows... 18-20 (panes).... I am looking at 2k+ to have a company come out and do it, so I am trying to weight out the DIY (my time & materials) Vs. paying the piper.
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The 4 items I ordered for the job are listed below. You will have to estimate the number of each based on the size(perimeter in inches) and number of windows. My make of windows where Hehr and the space between the panes of glass where 3/16" so I needed to order 3/16" black spacer


1) 3/16" Black-Wide-Edgetech-Super-Space $60 roll - 66 feet
2)C-R-Laurence-Super-Spacer-Sealant $12.50 tube ( 1 should do 2 dinette sized windows)
3) one C-R-LAURENCE-SGT316-Polyethylene-Sealant GUIDE 3/16 " $25
4)Dicor Butyl Tape 1/8"T X 3/4"W - 30 foot roll to install window frames $7/ roll.


At Amazon:


1) https://www.amazon.com/Black-Wide-Ed...l&sr=1-1-fkmr2


2) https://www.amazon.com/C-R-Laurence-...3WTDXDDDR9NHQA


3) https://www.amazon.com/C-R-LAURENCE-...MBGRJDDMKZ9P2E


4) https://www.amazon.com/Dicor-BT-1834...PPS9AQ034MB7SJ
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We have a 2003 Holiday Rambler Endeavor that is in beautiful shape. We have several windows that have fogged. Does anyone have a solution or diy fix for window fogging?
You can do it yourself.

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