Drivers stunned over amazing hack to defog your car that works in just seconds – and it costs nothing | The Sun

MOTORISTS were amazed to watch a car hack that defogs your car windscreen in just seconds – and costs nothing.

This simple trick could save you valuable minutes in the morning and everything you need is already in your car.

Firstly, turn the heater up to the maximum temperature to ensure it is nice and toasty inside your car.

The second step is to simply turn on the air conditioning, as this car hack genius points out it will make the air inside the vehicle drier.

Next, turn off the air circulation, which can be done by pressing a button that usually has a small car icon with an arrow pointing towards the boot.

Finally, just crack the windows open, and soon you should see a crystal clear de-fogged windscreen.

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The hack was shared on TikTok by @carsdotcom and quickly circulated around social media due to its easy and fast results.

One person commmented on TikTok: "We were having this issue and it was TikTok to the rescue."

Another posted on Instagram: "That is so helpful!"

While a third agreed and said: "Great tip!"

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Motorists were also amazed by a car cleaning hack this week that costs less than £1 and could save them £100s.

The hack involves things you'll likely already have in your kitchen cupboard.

Take half a lemon and sprinkle baking soda on top of it and use it to scrub away any dirt and oxidisation on your headlights.

This should leave your headlights in a good condition for the darker nights.

It's likely you'll already have what you need lying around at home but you'll be able to pick it up for less than £1 if you don't.

Branded headlight cleaners cost many times more and new headlight units can cost £100s to buy and have fitted.




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