Winter is coming.. How to stop condensation in your car!
Let's demist-ify this.
Condensation happens when the temperature inside your car is different from the outside.
Warm air from inside the car meets the cold windscreen and turns water vapour into actual water.
This causes that pesky windscreen fog that impedes your vision.
And the mess of dials and switches on your car’s heater only add to your confusion.
So how can you stop it?
Quick fixes to prevent condensation:
Wash your car to get rid of dirt particles that attract moisture.
Get rid of any damp items like coats and towels.
Fill a pair of tights with cat litter and leave in your car - this will help absorb excess moisture. Crazy, we know, but trust us on this one!
Air out your car by leaving the windows open for a few hours (when safe to do so).
Switch on your blower and A/C, and wipe down your windows.
First thing's first - clean your windows inside and out.
Moisture tends to cling to particles of dirt, so a grubby window is a haven for condensation.
Use a cleaner that's designed for car windows, and polish them with a clean microfibre cloth. Some newspaper will do in a pinch.