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Old 10-04-2019, 10:49 PM   #1
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Foggy Driver Window

Due to roof AC run off, driver side window gets smoky fog. Neither Window or headlight cleaner rids it. Just spent a few hundred for new windows and within six months it is back. At night, it is a driving hazard.
What do y'all use?
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RainX might help while you search for a permanent cure. The water from the AC can be redirected or a drain tube can be added.

Wait a second...is this a dual pane window? And is the fog on the inside? That's an entirely different thing...
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If it's just stained on the outside might try barkeepers friend and 0000 steel wool if inside the panes get a new window.
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