Yes, condensation can make any windows foggy.
foggy windows in a car, foggy mirror in a bathroom, dew forming on grass/leaves in early mornings
There are a number of products on the market that you can use to remove condensation from the inside of double glazing windows. It involves Check out this guide for an example: condensation2clear.com/blogs/news/81269124-diy-hack-how-to-repair-foggy-windows-yourself :-)
s like you have a problem with algae.
You have a leak in the heater core. The heater core is the only place that radiator water enters the truck cab, and both foggy windows and antifreeze odor are common indicators.
because the seats and carpet and such store and release heat.
The temperature inside the car is higher than outside
yep Not nearly as foggy as most foreigners think that it is. Occasionally flights are prevented from taking off or landing due to fog but overall fog isn't a major problem.
No, foggy is not a noun; foggy is an adjective, a word to describe a noun (a foggy day or a foggy memory). The adjective foggy doesn't have singular and plural forms, an adjective has comparative forms: foggy, foggier, foggiest.The noun form for the adjective foggy is fogginess. Another noun form is fog.
No, the word foggy is not a noun. Foggy is an adjective, a word that describes a noun (foggy morning).The noun form for the adjective foggy is fogginess. A related noun form is fog.
Foggiest is the superlative of foggy.
Yes, it is. It normally means of or having fog (foggy nights, foggy weather), and metaphorically unclear or imprecise (foggy memory).