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Old 21-10-2018, 07:47 AM   #21
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Surely even if the car is moisture free then as soon as you get in the car will mist up from your breath.
So stop breathing!! Seriously I'm another for the cat litter answer, I used to leave the windows open a bit when I used my Fiesta, with wind deflectors on it, but as I use a coupe now with no window frame, it's pussy poo litter time for me now!!
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Old 21-10-2018, 08:52 AM   #22
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What’s wrong with using the air con to clear the windscreen ? If it’s taking 10mins to clear with air con on then you need your system re gassing.
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Old 21-10-2018, 09:11 AM   #23
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What’s wrong with using the air con to clear the windscreen ? If it’s taking 10mins to clear with air con on then you need your system re gassing.
Even if you aircon is working perfectly, some condensation is very hard to remove, especially around 2-3 degree outside temperature.
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Old 21-10-2018, 03:57 PM   #24
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"Pingi" car dehumidifier is the best one i've used, they're about £5 in tesco currently, or readily available on ebay.

it absorbs the moisture like the cat litter idea but it has a "spot" that changes colour when it's "full" when that happens you bang it in the microwve and zap it back to new
Just read this and I'm going to try one of these.
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