wet windows

A quick learner from Burton Michigan says:
My window are all wet in side of our house! by replacing the wool pile will that stop? they are vinyl windows double glass
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Paul from SWISCO responded:
Wool pile weatherstripping is mostly used for stopping air infiltration. Wetness on a window could be a sign of high humidity, especially for an insulated vinyl window. This is common for windows in the bathroom or kitchen, but should just be temporary.
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