How Do I Keep House Windows from Fogging up?


There are a couple of different methods to keep house windows from fogging up. Some will argue the best way to fix this problem is actually repairing the windows, but not all of us have the budget for that. You can try opening the window slightly, turning down the heat or applying fluids designed to help windows be less foggy.
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How to Keep House Windows From Fogging Up
Keeping house windows from fogging up is easily done by applying shaving cream foam to the surface of the window, wiping it down with a clean rag and repeating this step every few weeks. Keep windows clear of fog with helpful cleaning tips from a... More »
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