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foggy plexiglass

Discussion in 'Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by davi5982, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. davi5982

    davi5982

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    Any ideas on how to keep plexiglass from fogging up..
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  2. Teacher

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    Leave your date at home.
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  3. QDMAMAN

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    High powered rifles work good. At least that's what the guy in the UP that killed that monster a couple years ago claims.
    If ya can see it's got big antlers just hold your gun up pull the trigger and hope for the best!:lol:

    Try wiping it with some windshield washer fluid... or quit breathing in you blind.
     
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    QDMAMAN Premium Member

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    Better!:lol:
     
  5. Justin

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    Sit out side, or at least open the windows.:rolleyes:
     
  6. Doehead

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    Rain_X antifog. available anywhere.
     
  7. hunting man

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    open the windows or add a vent or two
     
  8. melvvin

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    Foggy windows = a great date. Can't leave them home.
     
  9. DEDGOOSE

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    More BTUs or Shaving cream..
     
  10. KS up north

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    Are you using a propane heater?
    I notice mine fog up after about 5 minutes of having the heater going. I was told the propane gives off moisture as a product of combustion. I have since taken a small window squee-gee out with me and leave it out in the blind.
    I also built a heat deflector and try direct the heat/exhaust away from the windows, and leave a window cracked open.
    I may try taking an old sleeping bag out to use as a "heater body suit" type thing.
     
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    Come on guys, be serious. If his date was causing the fogging, do you really think he'd be complaining about it!!!!! :lol:
     
  13. kccaro

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    If your windows are fogging up open a small window, or turn the heater off. You can bet if your windows are fogging your scope isn't far behind...
     
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    I second that.
     
  15. jancoe

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    wipe them down with a little vodka.