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Defog Your Car’s Windows and Windshield In 4 Easy Steps

Fogging is one of the most common issues in cars during winter. Before we move on to the defogging procedure, it is important to know why exactly does this happen.

Fogging is a result of condensation that happens when the cold air comes in contact with the heated windows and windshield leading to reduced visibility. If not dealt with properly on time, it can lead to severe consequences.

Here is what you can do to get rid of fog when you are travelling:

  1. Increase the inside temperature of your car. When you turn on the heater, it will absorb all extra moisture.
  2. Now turn on the AC to absorb more moisture. Trust us this works!
  3. It is time to turn off recirculation of air
  4. Open your windows. The more you turn them down the faster your windows and windshield will defrost because of the dry air coming in from the outside while replacing the moist air.

When you are done with all these steps, you will notice that all the fog is gone and now you can drive in peace with better visibility.