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How To Fog Up Car Windows

How To Fog Up Car Windows. Turning on your heater, passengers breathing, wet clothing creates heat and moisture, the perfect ingredients for fog. Why your windows are fogging up as you probably know, fog forms on a surface where hot air meets cold, known as dew point.

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Keep a car window open. But if the humidity outside the car is causing the side windows to fog up, try using the opposite logic of what to do on a cold day. A perfect way to prove this concept is by breathing close to the window inside the car when it's really cold outside.

So you need warm, humid air next to a cooler surface to fog up.

If, however, you want to stay warm while defrosting your windshield, blow warm air at the window, while turning off the recirculate function in your car (it's often the button with arrows flowing in a circle). When the inside windows fog up, hoppe advises to turn on the defrosters (front and rear) and turn up the heat. Temperature and the air's moisture content. Just treat your car windows with it to avoid fogging, and see the results for yourself.


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