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Excessive condensation.

I have noticed in this weather in the cold 1-4C my windscreen seems to be gathering a lot of condensation. It looks like it rained on the inside. Water gathers in droplets and then rolls down the inside of the winscreen.

During the day this evaporates leaving annoying drip streaks.

Takes forever for the demister to clear the droplets when I need to go somewhere - resorted to using a cammy-sponge.

Just y-day the stuff froze to the inside of the windscreen. Mission to clear.

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