How to Make Anti Fog Solution?

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To make an anti-fog solution add three tablespoons of vinegar to one quart of heated water. Dip a lint-free cloth in the vinegar/water and wipe the surface that you don't want to fog up. Do this in a circular motion and allow it to dry. This will keep surfaces from fogging up for about three to four weeks.
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You can make your own anti-fog solution by mixing up one quart of hot water with two ounces of white vinegar in a bowl. Make sure your windows are clean. Dip a clean cloth into the mixture and wring out the excess; then wipe the mirrors and inside of the car windows with the cloth. Let it dry on its own.
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