Let’s face it: The winter season is not the best time to own a car. With the freezing temperatures, snowfall, and other unfavorable weather conditions, it is practically impossible to drive your car on a regular basis. Even if you have an indoor garage, you will find it extremely challenging — and slightly dangerous — to drive your car during this season. Fortunately, with some natural tricks, you can safely drive your car in harsh weather conditions. One of the most frustrating challenges is the foggy front glass that makes visibility nearly impossible when driving. Luckily there are a few ways to defog your car effectively so you can see clearly again while driving safely. Here are some tips on how to defog car front glass naturally.
One of the most obvious ways to defog your car window is by turning on the heater. While this is a simple solution, it is also effective. The warmer the window becomes, the more moisture it will collect. Since the fog is actually the result of condensation, this will make the fog disappear. While this is a simple trick, you must remember that trying to defog the window when it is already hot will only make it worse. The key is to catch the window before it gets too warm.
If you have a dryer at home, then this is one trick you can easily try out. All you have to do is close the door of the car and put the clothes dryer on some “no-heat” setting. Next, open the door of the car and put the dryer inside. Close the door again and let the dryer run for 10 minutes. If the glass is foggy, it will get defogged automatically. This is a great method for defogging windows in a car or any other vehicle. You can also use the dryer technique to defog your windshield wipers if they are fogged up. Simply attach the dryer to the windshield wipers and turn it on.
Yes, you read that right! The best time to defog your car’s windshield is during the day when the sun is out. You can either park your car in a shaded area or use some blankets to cover the windows so that you don’t get too much direct sunlight. By letting the sunshine on the windshield, you can easily defog the glass. However, you must try this trick during the day when the sun is strongest. If you try it during the night, the glass will heat up but the fog will remain.
If you have dishes or dirty dishes in your house, you can use dishwashing soap to defog your car windows. All you have to do is put a few drops of dishwashing soap in a spray bottle and fill the bottle with water. After that, go outside to your car and spray the window with the solution. You can also use clean water and soap solution to wipe down the car windows.
Another amazingly effective trick for defogging your car’s windshield is baking soda. Simply sprinkle a few tablespoons of baking soda on a clean sponge or cloth. Wipe down the glass with the mixture, and it will be defogged. You can also sprinkle baking soda all over your car’s windshield and leave it there for 30 minutes before wiping it off. The baking soda will absorb excess moisture and help you defog the glass.
We hope you enjoyed reading this article and found it helpful! Remember that with these tips, you can safely drive your car while the weather is bad. Don’t let the fogged-up windows keep you from driving your car. Instead, try out these tips and enjoy safe and reliable driving even during the winter season.