Is anyone else's driver's and passenger's side double pane windows permanently fogged up? I'm finding it rather annoying and know it's the nature of double pane glass as they age. I wonder if insurance covers it considering it could be a safety issue if the fogging gets worse. How is everyone dealing with this issue?
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If you are mechanically competent, you can rebuild your windows with a kit from Dave Root (daverootrvglassrepair.com) in Bend, Oregon. Or if you're near Las Vegas, I could advise you on the job. It really isn't as difficult as one would believe.
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I thought they are just like double pane windows for a home. I know home windows they are very difficult and aren't worth rebuilding because you won't be able to put in the insulating gas between the panes.
One tidbit that I will add about doing the job - If you haven't got a powered caulking gun, I would strongly encourage you to go to Home Depot and purchase one. The sealant you will be using is extremely thick and your hand will really get tired quickly when using a manual gun. Plus, the powered gun will give you a much nicer and smoother bead.