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I use 3M Window Weld for the sealer.

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Moved to Tech Issues forum from DIY.

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The problem with multi-pane windows whether they have inert gas inside them, or just dry air (like from a scuba tank) is that there can not be ANY WAY for moisture (humidity in the air) to find its way through the hermetic seals and get between the panes. If/When it does, when the temperature drops below the dew point, the moisture WILL condense inside the windows and you will be back to square one. If you are located in a hot very dry area, the moisture may evaporate to the exterior of the frame, but, it will eventually return as/if the relative humidity goes up. Once the inside of the glass gets water spotted or etched, . . . . . you're done.


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