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I know you're showing regular (outside) fog, but another problem that we have is fogging on the inside of the windshield, too.  I have found that "Fog-X" (if you can find it) doesn't seem to be all that effective, especially if the outside fog turns to rain (see your other post).

What does work really well is a chamois de-fogger sponge.  Lots of outdoor places sell them, like Eddie Bauer and Duluth Traders:

https://www.duluthtrading.com/...9Kz7ZihoCJm8QAvD_BwE

If you can't find one you can make one.  Buy a nice, soft chamois cloth (real leather, not the artificial stuff) for drying your car at NAPA or even Walmart, wrap it around a synthetic sponge and sew the sides.  That's it.

To use, just slowly wipe it across the windshield on the inside.  If it gets too wet and streaks, squeeze out the excess water and re-use it.  

By that time your carpets will probably be soaked from incoming water so you can just squeeze it out on the floor.....   

I know you're showing regular (outside) fog, but another problem that we have is fogging on the inside of the windshield, too.  I have found that "Fog-X" (if you can find it) doesn't seem to be all that effective, especially if the outside fog turns to rain (see your other post).

What does work really well is a chamois de-fogger sponge.  Lots of outdoor places sell them, like Eddie Bauer and Duluth Traders:

https://www.duluthtrading.com/...9Kz7ZihoCJm8QAvD_BwE

If you can't find one you can make one.  Buy a nice, soft chamois cloth (real leather, not the artificial stuff) for drying your car at NAPA or even Walmart, wrap it around a synthetic sponge and sew the sides.  That's it.

To use, just slowly wipe it across the windshield on the inside.  If it gets too wet and streaks, squeeze out the excess water and re-use it.  

By that time your carpets will probably be soaked from incoming water so you can just squeeze it out on the floor.....   

This is great info...

 

THANKS. !

@Carlos G posted:

I did hear about that show, come to think of it. There was a guy in the parking lot at work, a week ago, that had a street rail. I went out to talk VW stuff with him and he told me.

It a decent show. Worst part is they wont move to a larger area so it is to tight...bad to camp there.

But 2 shows a year and part are not too bad.

I do tshirt designs and we used to print our own to sell...we stopped vending here awhile ago and have not been back. Have not even attended a show in years. Still worth a drop in and check it out.

@Carlos G posted:

I used to do T-shirt designs, and every aspect from creation to print. I started back before computers, when everything was done by hand with rapidographs and the separations by using a stat camera and rubylith. Then computers came to be and everyone thought they were an artist. Haha, what a joke. Computers made doing lettering a whole lot easier though.

NICE !!!!! I did some of that. My recent is hand sketches, turned to computer for clean up and print. 

I am just so sick a tired of people doing clip art and putting it on shirts and such and saying....

Whooohooo we are artistic and a real tshirt company....

I can tell you understand that!!!!

I will get back to it some day but not yet.

Hmmmmm.........    $1500+  for a Webasto gas heater or $15 bucks from Eddie Bauer for a chamois sponge?

Decisions, decisions......     

(BTW:  Don't listen to me at all - I've got a gas heater, too! (and I use one of Danny's pulse circuits to run the fuel system))

Have a great Weekend to that wild group, "Danny and the Speedsters!"

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