As a rule, glasses fog up at near-zero ambient temperature.
Dampness in the car interior starts for various reasons, but most often it is from the moisture that the driver and passengers bring on their clothes and shoes, says Alexey Revin, an expert at Za Rulem.
It happens that a clogged air filter impairs the supply of fresh air to the passenger compartment.
Therefore, he advises:
before getting into the car, shake off the snow thoroughly remove moisture from the rubber troughs on the floor change the cabin filter more often in a car with air conditioning check if the condensate drain pipe from the evaporator is clogged.
You can reduce the humidity in the cabin with a dehumidifier. Silica gel or ordinary cat litter will handle this. You can fill an old sock with granules and put it on the floor of the car – it will absorb excess moisture.
In order to prevent, you can use special automotive anti-fog. For more information on how to apply them, read the material “Driving”.
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