Condensation on windows happens whenever there is moisture in the air and a significant temperature difference between the air outside the window and the air inside the window. Window condensation is a natural process, but it can be problematic in vehicles. Condensation most often crops up during a drive once the AC or heat kicks into full gear. To avoid reduced visibility while driving, clean your windows with glass cleaner that prevents condensation.
Things You'll Need
- Soft, lint-free cloth
Spray the interior and exterior of your windows with a light, even coating of an anti-fogging glass cleaner like Farecla Smart Anti Mist, Film Guard or Fog Free Glass Cleaner.
Wipe the glass cleaner away with a clean, soft lint-free cloth.
Re-spray the glass as needed or at the intervals recommended by the glass cleaner's manufacturer.
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