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Anti-Fog Cleaner

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Hossbaby50, Oct 4, 2005.

  1. Hossbaby50

    Hossbaby50 3/4 ton status

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    Is there a good anti-fog cleaner I can use on my windshield so it won't fog up as much? I run with no doors and no top so when it gets cool out or rains it fogs up. Is there a good cleaner I can use that will minimize this? I don't have defrost in my truck so that doesn't work either.

    Harley
     
  2. Big Truck

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    Rain X brand anti fog works pretty good.
     
  3. randy88k5

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    x2. I picked some up from a dollar store a while back. Works fine...
     
  4. k20

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    Am I the only person who cant get that stuff to go on without streaking? I swear, I have the glass perfect, put that on, and then cant see crap its so streaky. Am I just retarded and not doing something right?
     
  5. ntsqd

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    I use Rain-X (not their Anti-Fog) on both side of the Dune Buggy's windshield. Dirt doesn't stick to it as much either.
     
  6. badfish4tail

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    I use reg. Rain-X, no fog or moisture :D
     
  7. bridgeguy

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    When you have the glass PERFECT, then put it on and let it dry. Then buff it off and repeat. Then, when you're positive that it's all off, make sure you carry a towel with you so that you can get all of it when you see it in the sunlight. It's an iterative process that takes me a couple days to complete when I'm sure I'm done. ;) :D
     

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