Topic: De-fogging 101?- bc it gonna rain in houston!!
going to msr this weekend! we are adding a marine blower with ducting to blow air on the windshield (we removed the heater core b/c its saved us sooo much weight! )
i want to know if a blower with pvc directing it at the driver side of the windshield is a tried and true method of defogging - considering..... it gonna rain in houston this weekend! [insert Ollie voice over from family guy]
also i would like to know if anyone has tried defog (like for dive masks) before - i have a bunch and am planning on bringing that as a back up.
also just trying to get my mind around how to dew point changes through out the night / in raining conditions.... -- my initial understanding is that dew forms on any surface which is at or below the dew point temp --- aka if the dew point is 55 and the temp outside is 50 -- and we are just blowing 50 deg air on our windshield with the blower---- will that actually mitigate the fog formation - or will it just keep the window at 50 degrees at which point i assume the fog/dew will form.