Drying tips for misty mornings
The car is wet in the morning, even though it hasn’t rained during the night. What happened? This same phenomenon happens when you take a cold beverage from the fridge to room temperature.
During the cold night, the car cools down to ambient temperature. In the morning, the large metal body of the car will retain its temperature and the air around it will heat much faster. This causes the same phenomenon to happen to the surface of the car as happens with the beverage that you take from the fridge to room temperature: the surface of the car starts to sweat. Obviously the phenomenon is not actually sweating but the condensation of air humidity.
How to dry your car
- Dry the mist from the windscreen and the side windows with the Aqua-Away wiper
- Wipe down the side mirrors with the Quick-wiper
- Wipe moisture off the inside of the glass with a window cleaner