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    Anti fog products

    Can anyone recommend anti fog products for the inside windows.cheers
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    A working heater and fan? lol: or a window cloth in the door pocket. I'm not sure if Rain-X or something like that would work for the inside - back in the day any old car would always have a demister pad in it which was used liberally.

    If you have a serious problem with the windscreen fogging up and it won't clear, I would suspect that your heater matrix behind the dash may be leaking - it's a tell-tale sign.
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    Everything works fine and heater matrix been done

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    you could try the stuff motorcyclists put on the inside of their visors.
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    Is it possible that you have some moisture coming in around the edge of the windscreen? They often de-laminate there, and the metal under the seal can corrode. Another possibility is a very slow/minor leak somewhere else such as the door inner membranes, heater blower vent cover or sunroof.
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    If it clears fine once up to temp I’d be tempted to grab a couple of de-humidity bags and leave them in the car.

    I leave one on the dash (make sure it’s on a cloth so it doesn’t mark) and it works wonders.
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    I use one of these when the car is parked up:

    http://www.moisture-absorbers.unibon...-econnect.html

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    ive got moisture bags which you regenerate in the oven maybe I should check them.
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    I use the moisture traps as well. One on the parcel shelf and one in the front .

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    RainX do a twin pack of products, a rain repellent for the exterior and an anti fog one for inside.

    Plus its worth getting some moisture absorbent things

    i have two of these in the car and amazed how much they soak up

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Thomar-Reus...sture+absorber
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