So what do you do to stop your car icing over in the cold mornings?
I got back to my car tonight and the windscreen was iced over, not a lot, but enough for me to have to scrape it and wait 5 minutes for it to clear. My side windows wouldn't open either for some reason. So this is what's to come over the next few months.
I have an early start every morning at around 6.50am and I don't want to spend 15 minutes trying to deice the car, so then I thought "what can I do"
I'm aware that there are some products available to prevent the interior windows steaming up/getting condensation on them. I think there are also some tricks such as using shaving foam on them or something like that. Does anyone here put anything on their interior windows to prevent this?
As for the exterior, I guess ensuring the window is dry the night before goes a long way, as then any ice would be easy to scrape off rather than actually having to wait for it to melt or chucking water over your car. Does anyone do anything for the exterior? Been thinking about covering the windows with something every night but I've heard that when you take it off then it can mist up or ice over rather quickly. Not sure if this is true?
All suggestions welcome!