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Jan 18, 2010
by: Dona

If you install your stained glass panal over an existing fixed panel how do you keep condensation from forming inbetween the panals? I have been trying to figure this out for TWO YEARS!!
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You leave a very small gap at the top and bottom of the stained glass panel when you install it. That give a place for air to circulate behind the panel, thus keeping things dry.

You can put two pieces of wood, plastic, anything that won't deteriorate under the bottom edge of the panel (on either end) to lift it up, and leave a gap at the top.

Of course this has to be taken into consideration when you're constructing the panel to make it a bit shorter. 1/4" will do, so you have 1/8th inch on top and bottom.

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