[DML] Re: Window fogging up in rain...solutions?
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[DML] Re: Window fogging up in rain...solutions?


If you need to "treat the symptom" while tracking down the cause,
you can try using Rain X Anti-Fog on the inside of the windows.

Make sure you try to dry out the inside of the car as much as
possible, since there is moisture inside the car, getting onto
the windows, whether it is from a roof/door leak or other source.
Keep a spare towel in the car so you don't need to use a sock.

Rich W.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Derek" <derek.grozio@xxxx> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Today was the first day I drove the D in heavy rain at night, as 
Katrina has started to hit us in 
> the north east. The car had its windows fogged before I even got 
started driving, .... I had the wipers on 
> high, and the vent on defrost on blower 3, but the window was 
still fogged from what 
> appeared to be the outside (or in the middle?) as well as on the 
inside. The same was true for 
> the door glass and toll booth windows also. 
> snip <

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