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Condensation on Cab Windows
Posted: 16 August 2016 5:44 PM
Subject: Condensation on Cab Windows

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Location: Havant, Hants

You all have seen it towards the end of the summer into autumn and especially on the cooler mornings, condensation on the windscreen.

Its a bugger to get off without smearing.

Well i just bought a window squeegee from Tescos, for £3.50 and I can not recommend it enough.

Use it from the top of the screen across in a downward sweep catching the drops with a t-towel on the dash.

The screen is a doodle to keep smear free now and no longer such a chore. Previously we were using kitchen roll, t-towels, anything trying to soak up the water. Now just squeegee it and it falls onto a towel on the dash...... simple. :)

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Posted: 23 November 2016 2:26 PM
Subject: RE: Condensation on Cab Windows
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Location: 2017 Peugeot based Elddis 196

\better still they're £1 in the Range. Bought four at the weekend, one for th M/H and three for our cars.
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Posted: 23 November 2016 6:15 PM
Subject: RE: Condensation on Cab Windows

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Location: Cannock Staffordshire

We use a Silver Screen on the outside of the screen and never get any condensation and we use our van year round. I know they cost a bit more than the squeegee's but we find them to work for us, no mopping up every morning plus a warmer van. I see you have a A class van so might not be for you.
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