Which way round for glass in an internal bathroom window?

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  1. Antony2008

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    Afternoon all -

    I'm about to glaze an internal window above the bathroom door and am unsure which side the textured side of the glass should be - bathroom or landing.
    Would putting the smooth side of the glass in the bathroom cause condensation to run off the window all too easily and cause water to collect on the cill?
    Would putting the textured side in the bathroom make the window more difficult to keep clear of condensation??
    Does it matter at all???

    Apologies for my ignorance in the matter :confused: - I'd appreciate anyone's input - particularly if there's a 'right and wrong way'!

    Thanks in advance.

    Antony
     
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    I'd say put the smooth side in the bathroom as that's likely need more cleaning. Condensation shouldn't be too bad as it's an internal window - is the hall heated ?
     
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    The landing has a central heating rad' (but has a lower ambient temp' than the bathroom); the bathroom has a towel rad' and auto extraction via a humidistat.

    Antony
     
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