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    Does any1 have any tips to stop my windows fogging up? Ive already given them a good clean last weekend.

    Anything i can put in the car to absorb any damp?
     
     

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    Have you checked the carpets to see if they are wet? the car shouldn't mist up that badly, especially if the windows have been cleaned
     
     

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    Yeah ive checked the carpets and they dont seem to bad, I suppose the scale of the problem isn't too bad, just annoying!
     
     

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    after cleaning the windows with a good polish i use rain-x on my windows and that works well. its recommended for the outside but i use it on the inside too, they also produce a fog-x product for the interior. good stuff.
     
     

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    window polish?
    cheers i'll try some rain-x
     
     

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    Its worth checking the drain bungs that are either side of the engine into the bulkhead. Mine was misting up really bad inside and damp in the passenger footwell. When i removed the drain tubes they were completely blocked with soil! The car is dry now and takes no time to de-mist.Ill post a pic up tomorrow to show you where they are.
     
     

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    Ok thanks m8 i'll try that
     
     

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    Hope this helps a bit.
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    Cant find these on my M3?
     
     

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    I use an anti fog Cleaner it's by "astonish"...very cheap from wilko's and quite effective...but one does have to clean them every week or two!
     
     

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