So this is my first winter in my new house and I noticed the skylight on the second floor has a lot of condensation on the inside now that the weather is getting colder. It's an old single pane and looks and probably is plastic not glass. It for sure needs to be replaced but I was hoping to wait it out until the spring. The good news is that it doesn't leak when it rains. Its sealed very well and I actually got on the roof recently and added more roof seal for the winter.
The problem is there is a lot of steam buildup on the glass and it drips onto the floor. Any ideas on a temporary fix for a few months? It had a clear film on the frame when I moved in that I took off and I just realized it was probably shrink wrap for this exact reason. I'm going to put it back on and see if it helps. There is plenty of room between the ceiling and the actual glass so do you guys think it would be a good idea put two or three layers of shrink wrap or bubble wrap? I'm not so much concerned with letting light in or letting heat out. I just want to stop the dripping.