After I have burned my stove for the day, I get a white fog on the inside of the glass. It seems to start at the center and then gradually fogs up. When the stove cools I can simply wipe it off. It looks like moisture, but isn't and it's not the dark coloured creosote I would expect on glass. The wood I burn is well seasoned and I keep the stove quite hot, although the fog tends to increase as the fire gets low. I have been burning 24/7 for the last six weeks or so. (except, of course, when I need to clean!) I was wondering if anyone has had this occur before and if I could do anything about it (aside from letting the stove cool and clean it)?