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Removing Condensation from Car Windows

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Your vision can be impaired when there is excess moisture on the inside of your truck or car windows. This guide is about removing condensation from car windows.


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By 5 found this helpful
November 9, 2010

When your windshield steams up on you, a clean blackboard eraser kept in the glove compartment of your car or truck can be quite handy for wiping off the moisture. The eraser is less bulky than a cloth and doesn't shed lint on the glass.

By Monica from Cortez, CO

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November 9, 20100 found this helpful

Keep a clean blackboard eraser inside your glove compartment and erase condensation when it fogs up your windshield or glass doors. Works like a charm!

By Shedrivesz


Remove Condensation from Car Windows

If you have a car with air conditioning, you should always have the air conditioner turned on, even on the coldest days. Simply adjust the temperature to warm/hot. This keeps the seals lubricated, so the freon doesn't leak, and also the a/c works as a dehumidifier during the winter. You should never have to worry about condensation on the inside of your windows again !


It keeps your air conditioning unit from needing repairs as well.

By Queen Bee

Remove Condensation from Car Windows

My grandfather owned a shop his whole life and the secret to not getting fogged up in the first place is to make sure air flow is coming from the outside- fresh air (not recycling in the inside) and the heat should be on a warm (not hot, not cold) setting. If you use the defogger any other way it will not work properly. Trust me, this works. (03/14/2005)

By Kim McGrantham

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