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Armor All Microfibre Demist Pad, £0.99 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non prime)
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Armor All Microfibre Demist Pad, £0.99 at Amazon Prime (+£4.49 non prime)

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Posted 2nd May
Good value for money, always handy to keep in your car.

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Misty windows decrease visibility, make a mess of the vehicles windows and delays drivers in the morning when they need to get to their destination. An easy way to handle This situation is to use the ARMOR ALL microfibre demist pad.
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DW7902/05/2020 20:55

Does this actually absorb the moisture or just move it around? I've used …Does this actually absorb the moisture or just move it around? I've used microfiber cloths before and that's all it does, that and leaving water-marks behind. Personally, I think it's better to use paper-towl. Works great everytime. Save your money.


Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with anything. The moment you touch the inside surface you’ll regret as it will leave marks no matter what cloth you’ll use. If you start wiping it will “go away” but the following day you’ll see the dry swirls.
So aircon to the max, blow to the windscreen and highest temperature. And I’ve seen somewhere to start with you can even turn on air circulation for a minute or two.
Edited by: "johnszi23" 3rd May
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Ordered have some heat
Does this actually absorb the moisture or just move it around? I've used microfiber cloths before and that's all it does, that and leaving water-marks behind. Personally, I think it's better to use paper-towl. Works great everytime. Save your money.
I use my katcher window vac
Edited by: "snoopy18" 2nd May
Okay with a quick read it says, it has a sponge inside. Maybe to include in the title? Just a thought as that's the biggest challenge when trying to dry the inside of the windscreen with moisture just being swished around and not really going anywhere. But this seems that it may actually do the job...worth a try for 99p.
Thanks. Ordered.
Thanks ordered 2 one for each car
DW7902/05/2020 20:55

Does this actually absorb the moisture or just move it around? I've used …Does this actually absorb the moisture or just move it around? I've used microfiber cloths before and that's all it does, that and leaving water-marks behind. Personally, I think it's better to use paper-towl. Works great everytime. Save your money.


Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with anything. The moment you touch the inside surface you’ll regret as it will leave marks no matter what cloth you’ll use. If you start wiping it will “go away” but the following day you’ll see the dry swirls.
So aircon to the max, blow to the windscreen and highest temperature. And I’ve seen somewhere to start with you can even turn on air circulation for a minute or two.
Edited by: "johnszi23" 3rd May
johnszi2302/05/2020 23:15

Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with any …Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with anything. The moment you touch the inside surface you’ll regret as it will leave marks no matter what cloth you’ll use. If you start wiping it will “go away” but the following day you’ll see the dry swirls. So aircon to the max, blow to the windscreen and highest temperature. And I’ve seen somewhere to start with you can even turn on air circulation for a minute or two.


Very true

Some folks use Rain-x on the inside havent tried it yet but thinking about it
Having put it ont he outside i am a bit wary it caused numerous problems on the windscreen!

Best thing for cleaning your windscreen would you believe is a brillo pad - try it you wont beleive how good it is at taking all those stubborn marks off!
Good price so heat, but I'm really all for swirls be gone. Grab a car dehumidifier bag, the bigger the better. No water at all. Wouldn't be without one.
I swear people count down the days until this hits 30 and then repost for guaranteed heat.
Bassinvader03/05/2020 05:23

Very trueSome folks use Rain-x on the inside havent tried it yet but …Very trueSome folks use Rain-x on the inside havent tried it yet but thinking about itHaving put it ont he outside i am a bit wary it caused numerous problems on the windscreen!Best thing for cleaning your windscreen would you believe is a brillo pad - try it you wont beleive how good it is at taking all those stubborn marks off!


0000 grade steel wool. Don’t believe me? Google or search on Youtube. Brilliant stuff.
I’ve got the anti-for Rain-x but maybe used it like once. Didn’t see any improvements. And the other thing is I’ve heard that the moist need to “stick” somewhere so if you treat all your glasses inside it won’t work.
Edited by: "johnszi23" 3rd May
johnszi2302/05/2020 23:15

Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with any …Save your money and just use the car’s aircon... don’t wipe it with anything. The moment you touch the inside surface you’ll regret as it will leave marks no matter what cloth you’ll use. If you start wiping it will “go away” but the following day you’ll see the dry swirls. So aircon to the max, blow to the windscreen and highest temperature. And I’ve seen somewhere to start with you can even turn on air circulation for a minute or two.


Not ideal if it’s hot out. (Using hot a/c)

this particular pad is rubbish.

however if you use a “proper” microfibre cloth (Kirkland are one of the best) and keep your fingers off the screen.

this particular cloth is used by body shops and detailers.
johnszi2303/05/2020 17:43

0000 grade steel wool. Don’t believe me? Google or search on Youtube. B …0000 grade steel wool. Don’t believe me? Google or search on Youtube. Brilliant stuff.I’ve got the anti-for Rain-x but maybe used it like once. Didn’t see any improvements. And the other thing is I’ve heard that the moist need to “stick” somewhere so if you treat all your glasses inside it won’t work.


Yeah i agree steel wool or brillo pad saw it also on youtube american guy on his driveway doinmg the vid probably the same one dude?

Works on any glass windows i do my home with it too takes silicone sealant off a treat, tile grout,rust etc
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS03/05/2020 20:02

Not ideal if it’s hot out. (Using hot a/c)this particular pad is r …Not ideal if it’s hot out. (Using hot a/c)this particular pad is rubbish.however if you use a “proper” microfibre cloth (Kirkland are one of the best) and keep your fingers off the screen.this particular cloth is used by body shops and detailers.


Still, I wouldn’t touch it with anything, no matter if it’s proper or not. Takes only a minute or two and you good to go...
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