How many times did it happen to you that the windows fogged up and you didn't know how to make them visible? To me, many. Until today, I will teach you some tricks so that no more happens to you ...
Humidity and contrasting temperatures inside and outside, or when there are many people in the car, cause the car windows to fog up on the inside.
Today in Stylish Men We will teach you how to prevent this from happening to you.
- To remove this moisture on the windshield, put the air outlet in defroster. Close the rest of the vents and put the temperature in cold or, better yet, in air conditioning.
- Open the windows while driving, so there will be air renewal. Once these have demisted, drive with the windows slightly open to allow air to circulate.
- Avoid cleaning the inside of the glass with a cloth or chamois, as it will transform the moisture into drops that will then drip and dirty the glass.
Homemade methods to prevent the glass from fogging up: (these tricks can be done on any glass and even on your bathroom mirror, to prevent them from fogging up after a hot shower)
- After cleaning and degreasing the inside of the glass, wipe the hair shampoo over the entire surface with a clean, dry cloth.
- Pass a potato cut in half through the inside and outside of the glass.
- Prepare a natural defroster based on two parts of water and one part of white vinegar. Rub a newspaper moistened with this preparation. Dry with a cloth.
- Mix water with a little glycerin (or failing that, laundry soap). Soak a cotton cloth in the liquid without dripping. Wipe both surfaces with the damp cloth and allow to dry.
Do you have any tricks to prevent car windows from fogging up?