These 6 tips will get rid of foggy car windows fast

4. Keep your car dry

In The Netherlands, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll get soaking wet in the rain before getting into your car every once in a while. In that case, put your wet jacket, bag, umbrella, and other belongings in the trunk. This will prevent your seat cushions from absorbing any moisture. Once you’re home, it’s a good idea to open your windows for a bit of ventilation. That is, if you have a dry place to park or a garage, of course.

5. Dehumidifier

There are special dehumidifying products, like dehumidifiers or special cushions. You can buy these to get rid of humidity in your car. And for cat owners, kitty litter in an old sock could also help.

6. Shampoo

Rub a bit of soap or shampoo on the inside of the windshield to prevent fog. Obviously not too much, otherwise you won’t be able to see the road properly.

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