Steamy Windows No Longer Present A Problem Use This Simple Cat-litter Trick!
Due to the humid air inside the car that window fog occurs. As soon as temperatures go down, the air can’t hold the humidity and a great deal of it is deposited on the windows of the car. So the best thing you can do is to stop bringing any kind of new moisture inside the car. Wet umbrellas or sweaty clothes from the gym should go directly in the trunk. As a car driver especially in the winter if there is anything I hate is steamy windows. It looks like I have to clean the inside windows of condensation, or turn the air conditioning on to help clear it all the time. It’s twice as worse when there’s more than one person in the car. But of course there are ways that can save me money or stop my teeth from chattering while I drive around with my window open.
In the video that you are going to check out today the guy uses silica cat litter since it’s super absorbent, sucks up humid smell, and doesn’t smell like the chalky stuff. For this to work you need two socks one sock is filled with kitty litter and the other sock is wrapped around it all to keep it fine and protected. Then the sock is put anywhere in the car and the moisture will get absorbed overnight.
It probably works best if it is placed right on top of the dashboard.
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If the condensation is really bad when you climb into your car and you can’t see a thing then please DON’T start driving.