How To Stop Car Windows From Fogging Up
Foggy windows can be a real pain, especially during the colder months. Not only does it obstruct your vision, but it can also take a while to defrost.
Are you fed up getting into your vehicle in the morning and then have to deal with fogged up windows? A famous Youtuber, Chrisfix did an experiment where he tried 4 different methods to stop this from happening. I for sure am glad he tested these out and not me.
Fogged up car windows can be a serious safety hazard while driving. Not only does it obstruct your vision, but it can also take a while to defrost. In a previous article, I discussed how to prevent fogged windows by absorbing moisture in a vehicle.
Why Do Car Windows Fog Up?
Car windows fog up due to the difference in temperature and humidity inside and outside of the vehicle. When warm, humid air inside the car comes into contact with the cooler surface of the windows, it condenses into tiny droplets of water, causing the windows to appear foggy.
This can be prevented by turning on the air conditioning, using the defroster, or cracking a window to allow some of the humidity to escape.
Chris does have a disclaimer which you should read before trying this out! But if you feel confident then go for it! I am!
See the video: by ChrisFix
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