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Old 04-26-2002, 17:28   #1 (permalink)
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Foggy Windows.

Hey guys,

Lately, My windows have been fogging up more often, mostly in the mornings coz of the cold air. Sometimes I just gotta wind my window down to get them to demist, but then i end up freezing my arse off! I do know how to use the demister and stuff, but i was wondering if u guys had any extra tips on keeping my windows fog free, do u find that cold or warm air works better? Is there air special spay i can use? I'm gonna give them a good clean on the weekend so if there is some kind of spray i can use, i'll give that a go.

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The company that makes Rain X also has an anti-fogging interior window treatment. I cannot comment on its effectiveness, however.
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Cold air works best. Problem i sif youve got climate control then it automatically switches the aircon on.
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Re: Foggy Windows

Have you tried not breathing while in the car? That usually prevents it for me
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Zomwit, wheres the problem with the aircon turning on? Turning the aircon on makes them demist 10 times faster! :D
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Well my smartarse post is gone :( But anyway, puttin the air con on the demister works great :)
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Yes, the aircon is very effective but, as we all know, it sucks power and kills fuel consumption. On a raini day I always end up switching it on for about 10 secs until it demists and keep doing the same when it starts fogging up again.
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But the thing is, you want less power in wet weather anyway so you don't lose traction :)
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