Rain X Anti Fog Glass Treatment 200ml bottle, £3.00 Prime / £6.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Rain X Anti Fog Glass Treatment 200ml bottle, £3.00 Prime / £6.99 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 7th Jan
Rain X Anti Fog Glass Treatment 200ml bottle, £3.00 delivered with Amazon Prime (delivery maybe extra for non-prime members

with the rain x deals being posted for the exterior windscreen I thought I would have a look around the interior anti-fog stuff and found Amazon had it on offer for £3 for prime members.
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If your like me & don’t have prime
Asda has this at the same price ( £3 ) also this

hotukdeals.com/dea…556
guttediam8 m ago

If your like me & don’t have prime Asda has this at the same price ( £3 ) a …If your like me & don’t have prime Asda has this at the same price ( £3 ) also this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rain-x-rain-repellent-200ml-3-instore-online-asda-2872556



That's a different product.
great on the bathroom mirror too
This has mixed reviews but I'll give it a try as I'm having problems with the inside of the windscreen misting and then freezing overnight.
guttediam13 m ago

If your like me & don’t have prime Asda has this at the same price ( £3 ) a …If your like me & don’t have prime Asda has this at the same price ( £3 ) also this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rain-x-rain-repellent-200ml-3-instore-online-asda-2872556


I believe the one you have quoted is an other product, this is anti fog, not rain repellent.
I discovered something early in my driving career that works much better than this.
The heater, amazing invention. The trick is to find out where your car leaks and fix that First. Then the heater does a lovely job.
If you have no leaks, then stop leaving wet jackets and boots in the car.
shows as £5.99 for me now.
Save your money ....... it's pants
That's annoying, just missed out - I'd had an alert set up on camel camel camel for months for a decent price as well, just saw the email this morning (which had been sent yesterday) and must have just missed it.
£5.99????
r4do1 h, 12 m ago

I believe the one you have quoted is an other product, this is anti fog, …I believe the one you have quoted is an other product, this is anti fog, not rain repellent.


I believe you haven’t read what he’s put properly. He’s saying this product and the one he linked is £3.
Just rub some a little bit of neat washing up liquid on your bathroom mirrors.
Primary cause of misting in modern cars is a blocked cabin air filter. They’re usually behind the glove box or underneath it. Easy to replace and then, as previous peeps have said let your heater do the drying
Edited by: "holidaymann2" 7th Jan
Gozer1 h, 37 m ago

This has mixed reviews but I'll give it a try as I'm having problems with …This has mixed reviews but I'll give it a try as I'm having problems with the inside of the windscreen misting and then freezing overnight.


That points towards water ingress in your car. That could be a broken seal somewhere, a leaking sunroof (or sunroof drains), damaged cabin air filter, etc. etc.


Air Conditioning is also important for this time of year. I can't remember the specifics, but there's some relation between the humidity and temperature of the air that dictates that old air conditioned air is more effective at removing condensation than hot, unconditioned air.


I did use this stuff for a while inside the house, as it had secondary glazing when we moved it. It was constantly condensating and this helped with that a little. I wouldn't say it's really that impressive though.
Once or twice a year I put the dehumidifier in the car on the driveway for a few hours works wonders
As said wet shoes and coats plus dirty feet on the carpets dont help, its surprising how much water it pulls out also notice the car smells fresher and the heater works better after it
You will still sometimes get fogging in a car even you don’t have a broken seal or leave wet clothes in the car. This due to the fact that when you are in the car you create moisture all humans do. The best way to get rid of this is to run the air con if you have it or if you don’t get a dehumidifier in the car as mentioned. There’s also these moisture absorbed bags you can put on your dashboard
Gozer1 h, 57 m ago

This has mixed reviews but I'll give it a try as I'm having problems with …This has mixed reviews but I'll give it a try as I'm having problems with the inside of the windscreen misting and then freezing overnight.


I use to get the same issue. One way to reduce a lot of moisture was on a long journey make it as hot as you can inside so that the water evaporates and then open your windows to let it out. In winter the air outside is less humid.

However what has worked for me long term are pingi dehumidifiers, which work in the cold. They were £5 from Amazon before Christmas. They also have them in Tesco for £7.50

amazon.co.uk/Pin…BJS

I only needed a couple and I no longer get an ice sheet on the inside of the window. Just be aware it will take time to reduce a significant amount of moisture and you are constantly pumping out more breathing.
i've found that smearing a tiny amount of shaving foam on the insides of the windows works well
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Gozer3 h, 6 m ago

That's a different product.


Both on offer at Asda
r4do3 h, 2 m ago

I believe the one you have quoted is an other product, this is anti fog, …I believe the one you have quoted is an other product, this is anti fog, not rain repellent.


Both on offer like I said
chuffedfox1 h, 45 m ago

That points towards water ingress in your car. That could be a broken …That points towards water ingress in your car. That could be a broken seal somewhere, a leaking sunroof (or sunroof drains), damaged cabin air filter, etc. etc.Air Conditioning is also important for this time of year. I can't remember the specifics, but there's some relation between the humidity and temperature of the air that dictates that old air conditioned air is more effective at removing condensation than hot, unconditioned air.I did use this stuff for a while inside the house, as it had secondary glazing when we moved it. It was constantly condensating and this helped with that a little. I wouldn't say it's really that impressive though.



Thanks, I know I have a problem with the passenger door but Simpsons-Skoda chooses to talk around the problem then fix it. Everything is normal according to them. This is my first Skoda and it'll be the last.
Gozer11 m ago

Thanks, I know I have a problem with the passenger door but Simpsons-Skoda …Thanks, I know I have a problem with the passenger door but Simpsons-Skoda chooses to talk around the problem then fix it. Everything is normal according to them. This is my first Skoda and it'll be the last.


Pretty much all VAG (Skoda, Seat, Audi, VW) and Renault cars seem to suffer with the same design fault with the windows, where (for example) a cable snaps and the window drops. Not unusual to see such cars for sale when they get <£1000 to have at least one window gaffer taped up.
chuffedfox14 m ago

Pretty much all VAG (Skoda, Seat, Audi, VW) and Renault cars seem to …Pretty much all VAG (Skoda, Seat, Audi, VW) and Renault cars seem to suffer with the same design fault with the windows, where (for example) a cable snaps and the window drops. Not unusual to see such cars for sale when they get <£1000 to have at least one window gaffer taped up.



In that case it'll be the last VAG car too (I'll cancel my Chiron order).

Every time I open the passenger door after it's rained 1/2 a litre of rain comes out. Simpsons' simply said doors do hold water and the solution is just to open the door regularly. They didn't have an explanation as to why the problem doesn't exist on the other 3 doors...
Gozer28 m ago

In that case it'll be the last VAG car too (I'll cancel my Chiron order). …In that case it'll be the last VAG car too (I'll cancel my Chiron order). Every time I open the passenger door after it's rained 1/2 a litre of rain comes out. Simpsons' simply said doors do hold water and the solution is just to open the door regularly. They didn't have an explanation as to why the problem doesn't exist on the other 3 doors...


They're talking nonsense. Doors have drain holes to allow any condensate/leaks past the door seal to drain onto the sill and out of the car. It's not "normal", though. VW are up there with Subaru in terms of "brands I've worked with that put me off owning them". I often find that every brand has it's flaws, but the VAG it comes with expense and hassle.

I had a Boxster a couple of years ago, and the sheer number of stupid engineering decisions on it made maintenance much harder than it should have been (for example, maintenance items made of carbon steel being threaded into aluminium alloy).


With the door open, I'd try and pour water onto the door glass - if it comes straight out the bottom of the door, there's an issue. You normally have a "membrane" that provides a seal between the door card/panel and the inner door (where the glass drops into). Most VW-based cars have a metal panel with a perimeter seal that's designed to keep small amounts of condensate from entering the cabin. If your car is under warranty, just moan to VW - the "dealers" pay to put the manufacturer's name above the door, and so sometimes you need to bypass them to get a result.
chuffedfox1 h, 2 m ago

They're talking nonsense. Doors have drain holes to allow any …They're talking nonsense. Doors have drain holes to allow any condensate/leaks past the door seal to drain onto the sill and out of the car. It's not "normal", though. VW are up there with Subaru in terms of "brands I've worked with that put me off owning them". I often find that every brand has it's flaws, but the VAG it comes with expense and hassle.I had a Boxster a couple of years ago, and the sheer number of stupid engineering decisions on it made maintenance much harder than it should have been (for example, maintenance items made of carbon steel being threaded into aluminium alloy).With the door open, I'd try and pour water onto the door glass - if it comes straight out the bottom of the door, there's an issue. You normally have a "membrane" that provides a seal between the door card/panel and the inner door (where the glass drops into). Most VW-based cars have a metal panel with a perimeter seal that's designed to keep small amounts of condensate from entering the cabin. If your car is under warranty, just moan to VW - the "dealers" pay to put the manufacturer's name above the door, and so sometimes you need to bypass them to get a result.



It's going to another dealer next week, non-Simpsons. So I'll see if they can fix it.

I took it into Simpsons with a total of 4 faults and every one they just talked around rather then fix.
Oneday775 h, 55 m ago

I discovered something early in my driving career that works much better …I discovered something early in my driving career that works much better than this. The heater, amazing invention. The trick is to find out where your car leaks and fix that First. Then the heater does a lovely job. If you have no leaks, then stop leaving wet jackets and boots in the car.


Not every car has a good and efficient heater that works well enough without waiting for the engine to warm up and wasting loads of fuel. No wet jacket or boots in my car! (or anything else damp)
snipper015 h, 45 m ago

Save your money ....... it's pants


My experience is that this works really well on car windscreen and also on bathroom mirrors - if applied properly according to the instructions
Gozer41 m ago

It's going to another dealer next week, non-Simpsons. So I'll see if they …It's going to another dealer next week, non-Simpsons. So I'll see if they can fix it. I took it into Simpsons with a total of 4 faults and every one they just talked around rather then fix.


It's all a bit weird if it's under manufacturers warranty (as it gets claimed back from the manufacturer by the dealer), but not so weird if it's a dealer warranty.
Eurocarparts have this at similar price to the original deal above, if you buy today with the 35% off the £4.99 original price:
eurocarparts.com/sea…fog
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available again for £3 for prime members

edit: now looks like its an add on item!
Edited by: "jorg" 8th Jan
Will this be any good for Vauxhall Mokka owners. Anyone else out there having trouble with their nearly new car all misted up on the inside on a cold morning. Didn't have it on both our fiestas but just got a one year old Mokka and it's like a 10 year old car on the inside for misting up.
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