Windshield fogging is a very common problem during the rainy season. Usually, fogging of the windshield occurs due to the temperature difference outside and inside the car. This is a very common problem everyone has to deal with at some point in time, especially in cities that receive heavy rainfall.
Take a look at some of the most common reasons for fogging listed below-
1) If the temperature inside the car is lower than the temperature outside (due to an air-conditioner), it results in the windshields/windows fogging from the outside. If the temperature outside the car is lower, it causes fogging on the inside.
2) Due to a difference in temperature inside and the car, the breath that is exhaled by the passengers comes in contact with the cold glass and condenses, causing the car windshield to fog.
To defog there are several steps that can be taken:-
- By lowering the windows of the car to let the air from the outside enter and mix with the interior. This will defog the windshield in a few minutes.
- Applying cold air- The car windows can be defogged through the cold air or air conditioning system of the car. The moisture will be eliminated steadily by applying cold water to the car windshield, the reason for this is that cold air does not hold as much moisture as warm air.
- Lastly, it is important to remember that for proper and quick defogging, the engine should be at an approximate temperature of 90 degrees. For cars with an air conditioner, defogging the windshield of the vehicle will be much simpler.
Fogging of windshields depends on the temperature and the situation. Keeping the windows extra clean can help prevent fogging, as clean windows are less prone. For more details and to understand the procedure, ensure to call Windshield on their toll free number-1800-102-6364.