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rain x anti fog £3.00 from ASDA

£3.00 @ Asda
rain x anti fog very good for cars and even bathroom mirrors!! Very good price Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
rain x anti fog very good for cars and even bathroom mirrors!! Very good price
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Used this on our cars... utter rubbish... sorry.. the outer rain-x stuff is great, this is crap.
#2
stealth666
Used this on our cars... utter rubbish... sorry.. the outer rain-x stuff is great, this is crap.


Been using it for years works brilliantly for me!
3 Likes #3
This is way cheaper than adding fog lights as an optional extra, so heat added.
#4
Utter garbage does NOTHING I've applied it & applied it & cleaned & applied it and the car STILL FOGS UP

Waste of time
5 Likes #5
Rich44
Utter garbage does NOTHING I've applied it & applied it & cleaned & applied it and the car STILL FOGS UP
Waste of time

Dogging problems are the pits.
#6
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Rich44
Utter garbage does NOTHING I've applied it & applied it & cleaned & applied it and the car STILL FOGS UP
Waste of time

Dogging problems are the pits.


now then, this sounds a much more intetesting subject... certainly need good lights when flashing them in dark places, so I've been told.
#7
I tried this a few years ago and it just froze on the inside of my windscreen so was a complete waste of time, I would just save your money and not buy it.
3 Likes #8
Mythbusting video from ChrisFix: How to Stop Car Windows from Steaming Up
#9
On a dry day and when there is no moisture on you windscreen, just used neat fairy liquid on the inside of your windscreen and buff untill clear.

It's also important to use the correct fan settings in your car, so using full heat on a frozen windscreen but reducing the temperature once you have a clear screen.

Leaving the windows open (slightly) will also help, especially in between drives as built up moisture from the heater can leave the vehicle.
1 Like #10
fill a sock with cat litter, tie the top and chuck it under a seat. No more fogging!
1 Like #11
jont999
fill a sock with cat litter, tie the top and chuck it under a seat. No more fogging!

I'd like to try that as well

As long as it doesn't give me a dry cough.

Edited By: InTheKnow444 on Nov 15, 2016 10:36
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jont999
fill a sock with cat litter, tie the top and chuck it under a seat. No more fogging!

Based on previous experience, fresh cat litter works best....The part used type has an odour that lingers for months
#13
shaving foam works, nice smell too!!!
#14
Surely as long as you're using exterior air and not recirculated you won't get fogging?!
#15
Good for bathroom mirrors too.
#16
tip : use a small amount of shaving foam and gently polish off with a clean cloth/microfibre, works as well as any rain-x type product.
#17
Both types on deal at Bristol.

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