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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by TrickyLad, Aug 7, 2008.

  1. TrickyLad
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    TrickyLad is loving his new A3

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    for about 2 weeks now i have had a fog develop on the inside of my windscreen, and it seems to be getting thicker. Now its not the king of fog you get on a cold morning that balsts away with a bit of hot air, this looks like my wondow has just got dirty

    not sure how this has happened.

    Anyway, i have tried cleaning the windows with some windscreen product form Halfords ( ihate the shop but only one in blackburn i know of) http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/..._productId_203523_langId_-1_categoryId_123038

    i tried this on a side window to just check and its possible made things even worse :wtf:


    Any suggestions on what i should use to get it clean without leaving fingerprints and smeer marks all over my windscreen
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    Try a normal window cleaning product from Tesco.

    I need to get around to doing mine also. It's terrible when driving towards the sun when it's low in the sky!
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    thats whats inspired me to ask, driving along the m60 anticlockwise with the sun in my eyes, nightmare
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    mines started doing this too, but its on the outside... I think its too cool in my car??
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    Are you sure it's on the outside? Surely a quick wash-wipe would clear it off.
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    I use Autoglym Fast Glass, does a great job on glass
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    have you guys tried turning off the a/c for the windscreen?
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    :thumbsup:
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    Er no mate, that would make it worse.
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