This hack will make your morning commute so much better.
For those among us who are faced with a daunting commute every morning, anything that can make it easier is welcomed. If you’ve ever had to deal with the daunting task of cleaning your foggy car windows before getting into the car and driving it off, then you are surely aware of what we’re about to talk about.
Most of the time, you are either left with the choice of attempting to drive even though your windows are still foggy or taking the time out to have them defrost (which inevitably makes you very late, so no good option).
However, if you would like to save yourself the trouble of either of those options, then you might be interested in a hack that can be used and will improve your morning commute on cold mornings. Basically, all you need to make this work is some socks and some cat litter. Seems ridiculous, but read on.
Many foggy windows are caused by immense differences in the temperature of a car’s interior and the outside temperature.
The kind of fogginess that makes it difficult for you to see in the morning is caused by the building up of moisture inside of your car, which is where your cat litter can help. Silica cat litter actually works the best here.
This is because Silica cat litter actually absorbs the most moisture, and doesn’t typically have a strong scent.
All you have to do is take the sock and have it filled with cat litter up to the ankle. If you would like to give the sock some form of reinforcement, then you can choose to wrap the sock with another layer.
As soon as you have successfully created your sock-litter combo, place it in the inside of your car and it should dramatically improve your commute going forward, especially considering the cold months ahead.
As soon as you place the sock in the car, you’ll see a major impact.
You can place the sock under a seat if you’d like, as well.
Car windows that get steamy are an all too common issue, and you can definitely save yourself quite a bit of stress by taking the time out to implement this hack.