I've been trying to come up a with a solution for condensation
in my boat. I'm in the pnw and have a total of six hatches, all of which drip condensation
Today I think I may have come up with a good idea but would like some feedback, if anyone cares to add their two cents.
It seems to be that the source of the condensation is not the window part of the hatch
at all but the metal frame that it's in.
So I'm thinking, if I take some 12v rope lighting
, (assuming they make such a thing) and nestle it up inside the hatch
opening, against the metal frame and cover it with a dark strip of canvass, that should keep the metal warm and the canvass would both keep the warmth from escaping and block the light so it could be left on continuously.
So what do you think? Good idea, or am I dreaming?
Does anyone have any other solutions?
Thanks and Cheers!