Does anyone have a good solution for keeping the windows in your home from freezing shut in the winter? We have a new home (built in 04) with very nice pvc type windows (I think it's PVC? Whatever it is it's white.. plastic-y like stuff). Anyway since the temperatures have dipped below zero (-8F tonight) the windows have been freezing shut. There isn't any condensation or ice on them anywhere, but they are still frozen shut. My husband took one off the track tonight and said he thinks it's the seal on the window that is getting wet from the outside and freezing. The windows are really quite good insulation wise, I've never lived in a place with better windows, but they slide open horizontally, and not vertically, and I think it's the seal on the bottom part that is freezing. Does anyone have any ideas how to keep it from freezing?