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Hi all,

winter is fast approaching what do people do to there cars to stop the windows misting up as soon as you get in the car?

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Keep the a/c on permanently. Check windscreen scuttle drains are clear, cabin pollen filter is dry and clean. Don't leave damp coats etc., in the car. Keep the inside of the windows really clean.

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Totally agree ^^ A/C is the key.

My rule is buy the car, set the air con, sell the car some years later. No idea why the idea persists that the climate or air conditioning has to be constantly fiddled with or turned on and off. I haven't had a car with steamed up windows since 2003.

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Same here. I just leave the AC on. Not had it off in any car for years. It's designed that way.

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27 minutes ago, stevet said:

Same here. I just leave the AC on. Not had it off in any car for years. It's designed that way.

No need to brag Steve.

There are many of us who might be able to say the same thing !  :):):):):)

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Same here with the AC - always leave it on - Keep the airflow on feet+windscreen and change the cabin filter annually. This also keeps the interior fresh and less sweaty hands on long journeys.

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3 hours ago, royoftherovers said:

No need to brag Steve.

There are many of us who might be able to say the same thing !  :):):):):)

"Not had it off in any car for years"

I think that's the opposite of bragging!!!

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4 hours ago, royoftherovers said:

No need to brag Steve.

There are many of us who might be able to say the same thing !  :):):):):)

Those were the days...:whistling1:

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I seem to remember that such activities caused the windows to steam up!

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Just now, steve2006 said:

I seem to remember that such activities caused the windows to steam up!

Now there I think lies the problem! If you don't want your windows steaming up don't......... 

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