Cars have gone a long way from its skeleton ancestors to the present day’s hybrid units that are packed with unimaginable features. As vehicles go through innovation, a lot of issues have been resolved to optimize the comfort and safety of driving. However, one issue remains to be a problem despite the high technology wrapped in cars today. The problem of windows fogging up still remains a concern for all drivers, and it seems like no tech will ever make it go away.
Winter is already here and everyone’s once again excited to see the beauty of different cities covered in snow. Road trips will, however, be a challenge since snow will make it hard to navigate the highways and the fog forming on windows will make it extra difficult to see what’s ahead. But even in summer, we also experience a cloudy windshield when we let hot air inside and suddenly turn on the AC.
A vlogger experimented on five products that might be able to solve the problem of windows fogging up.
Fog is formed when there’s temperature and humidity change. For a long time, we have been using shampoo to stop our car windows from fogging up. The air conditioner also helps cease the clouding inside. However, the solution is only temporary and it is pretty inconvenient to step out of the car once in a while to reapply shampoo on the window.
ChrisFix used RainX, shaving cream, baby shampoo, potato slice, and hand sanitizer to test on his window car.
To help drivers find a better solution to this longstanding fog problem, vlogger ChrisFix experimented on several products to see which one will actually work or which one will work best. He picked up RainX (store-bought anti-fogger), shaving cream, baby shampoo, potato slices and a hand sanitizer, which used on his car window.
Chris documented his experiment in a video that he posted on Youtube.
He first cleaned his window then used a painter’s tape to divide up the window into five sections. He then applied the solutions to each section and later wiped them down. Next, he took a pot of hot water inside the car to fog up the window.
Apparently, you shouldn’t use hand sanitizer and potatoes to prevent the fogging.
In a disappointing turn of events, most of the solutions did not work at all. The least effective product to use is the hand sanitizer. ChrisFix found out it doesn’t work at all, although it looks slippery on the window.
Watch the video of his experiment below to see which product is effective.
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