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"Temporary condensation is a normal function with "Super Glass" windows. When the exterior temperature drops late at night or in the early morning during the humid summer months, dew will form on the exterior of the insulated glass unit just like dew forms on grass, siding or the hoods of cars. Because the exterior pane is so separated from the interior pane of the warm edge glass spacer, its reaction will be the same. The moisture can be even worse if there are plants or shrubs in front of the window, since they give off lots of moisture to add to it all. What's frustrating is that it may only happen on certain windows. The direction it faces, the elevation of the window and whether or not they are shaded are all factors that can individually affect window condensation." 

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