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Sandmannd

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I don't remember seeing this on here. Is there a way to keep the plastic windows in a portable from fogging up? I like to be able to see out instead of just light.

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You could try setting up a small computer fan on one of your poles and aim it at the window, in theory, it should move some heated air and keep it frost free. I think you can buy them fairly cheep at several places. A battery operated tent fan would work too. Good luck smile.gif

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I have heard an old trick that scuba divers and pilots use is to put a little glycerine on a soft cloth and wipe it on the inside of their face mask or windshield. It goes on clear and is supposed to prevent fogging.

I think you can find small bottles at most drug stores, might be worth a try.

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they sell anti-fog stuff for hockey masks at sporting goods stores that works real well for this.

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yeah, the stuff works pretty well for keeping the windows clear, and you dont have to apply it that often either.

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I used to have a bottle with a towel of some fancy anti fog for my snowmobile shields. Bought it through Kirk. It was ok. Didn't fog but was kind of slimy and lowered the clarity of vision on the shield.

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I wouldn't try Rain-X it has alcohol in it and might eat the plastic or fog it up so you will never be able to see out of it again.

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