Decreased Visibility of glass in Rains
It is a common practice for professional truck/bus drivers to rub tobacco in one or the other form over the windshield glass, particularly the cabin side of it for better visibility during rain. As soon as it starts to rain, the drivers are in habit of rubbing dried tobacco leaves, or chewing tobacco or that obtained by breaking up a cigar, over the windshield glass. Tobacco contains ingredients that repel moisture particles in the cabin air from condensing against the glass. Tobacco rubbing also tends to diminish the surface tension, and the moisture that does condense on the glass surface promptly slides down smoothly. Consequently the driver gets clear visibility through the windshield during wet and humid climates. Tobacco rubbing on the outer 538 surface of the glass also reduces the wear on the wiper blades and improves their life. (Honey Bee, 17(3):15, 2006).(A Sethna, 2/210, 1st floor, Nawabpet-524002 , Nellore
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