Shower skylight sweating... can I stop it?
In our RV shower, there is an inside skylight/dome, and then there is the outside one.
Last year, the outside one got a pretty large hole popped in it (don't ask how...), so I patched it with some UV plexiglass and metal roofing screws, and sealed that around the edges with silicone. Worked great for last summer.
Not sure if this is related, or normal, but the outside skylight SWEATS a lot. So I just sealed the tops of all the screws, in case the rubber was allowing them to leak a bit, and took the INSIDE skylight out, wiped out the sweat droplets, and I'm running a fan up into there to dry it out overnight.
Is sweating normal between these skylights?
If so, is there a good way to make it stop?
I've attached a couple pictures of the broken & patched skylight, just for fun... and possibly some nasty remarks...
Oh, btw, I do plan on replacing this cover... next year... hot water heater took precedence this year.
Ray & Julie
'97 Fleetwood Pace Arrow 34', and lovin' it!