How to Stop Car Windows Steaming Up

How to Stop Car Windows Steaming Up


Fed up finding your car is damp with fogged up windows in the morning? Here’s a handy tip to help. Fogged up windows is a result of moisture in the car, so if you can absorb it, you should cure the problem. This simple to follow video guide should help.

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100 Comments on "How to Stop Car Windows Steaming Up"


  1. Seems like everytime you open the doors to load groceries or whatever, the moisture level goes back up. To keep my vehicle windows from fogging I simply turn on the air conditioner and adjust the temperature control for a comfortable setting.

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  2. АВТОР ГОРИ В АДУ ВСЯ МАШИНА ПРОВОНЯЛА СТАРЫМИ НОСКАМИ И КОШАЧИМ ССАНЬЕМ И МНЕ ПОДРУГА НЕ ДАЛА!!!!!

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  3. 傳統貓沙的成份包括黏土和二氧化矽

    https://www.ptt.cc/man/Ecophilia/D193/D570/D6A5/M.1196113776.A.0F8.html

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  4. do not put the sock thing under the driver seat because if that rolls over the gas pedal, VROOOOOOOM!!! crash or you might just blow up your engine if it rolls over the clutch

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  5. but my car mists from the outside and it soo annoying today i was about to crash someone because of this shitty mist

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  6. Will Wool socks work? I️know that they dry easily, so I️ wanna make sure that’s not a factor. I️ just have a few pair and they’d hold quite a bit of litter.

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  7. Step one, fix the AC system in your car dummy. The AC system pulls moisture from the cabin and prevents this.

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  8. You could have just used silica gel packs you get from sneaker boxes. They are already closed. Just put under the seat.

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  9. You are very clever! Today I found in a Dutch newspaper (on the internet) an article about this problem and with the link to this video.
    I was surprised that the video is nearly 4 years old. But since physical laws don't change, this video will be actual "for ever".
    Thanks for sharing. I'm subscribed to your channel since 6 months or so and I did watch also some of your older videos. But this one not (yet).

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  10. in a few days you see the result. Oke, i normally just open my windows a bit, dont turn the heating on to 300 and i have result in 5 min.
    Reason, get the temperature almost the same as outside and voila. You know how you get damp right ??? indeed temperature difference, warm inside cold outside.

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  11. Does this work with bicycles too ?

    Just kidding. Will try it out next week when we're due for another pack of cat litter 😉

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  12. Yeah, got a little camper van and dont want to mess up clean windscreen with rags and/or waiting for 30 mins for the screen to clear, SO, was looking at moisture absorbers on amazon…….. then thought !CAT LITTER! …. would that actually work in tights/socks? ……………. = YouTube will know….. and here I am, and here you are = Cheers DaveHax for (not giving me the idea, but for….:-) moving my plan forward with the same brainwaves. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and yours.

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  13. Thanks so so much, I really appreciate your help and you making this great video. It was quick, straight to the point and informative. I will definitely try this. Your Awesome….

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  14. I got confused with the instructions, I put my partners cat in a sock! It jumped out of it when I was driving down the motorway, needless to say I was in the dog house when my partner found out!

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  15. I only have the clay kitty litter, obviously this will only work with silica crystal litter.

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