I don't have heat in the truck so can't use defroster or anything
. Although it is possible to obtain commercially manufactured disposable anti-fogging / anti-misting wipes, I find the following strategy works much better. . To minimize build up of condensation while parked up: ..... leave some old dry newspapers in the cab, as near to the windscreen as possible. They will absorb a lot of the moisture. . To clear any fogging immediately before driving: ..... wash the outside with warm water mixed with a little washing up liquid using a lint free cloth (eg. rags make from old cotton bed linen), then wring out a cloth and wipe over the inside with a warm barely moist lint free cloth that also carries a bit of detergent. . To clear any continued heavy fogging that reappears during driving: ..... carry a rubber edged window cleaning squeegee in a readily accessible position in the cab.
Best wishes - Majikthise. .
For fogging up and ice on the outside of your windows try a rag soaked in salt. Rub it on the winshield and windows inside and out. I do this and it works great.
the easiest way is to turn on the aircon it de humidifies amost instantly after you get up and the news paper works too .
They do make an "antifog" fluid you can apply to your windows. Its made by Rain X. They probably sell other brands too.
I tried that but thx for the help anyways, I'm still at a lose as to what to do though, have tried everything