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How To Get Ice Off Of Your Windshield

By Edited Sep 25, 2016 0 0

Introduction

Everyone knows the trouble of waking up in the morning and seeing a thick layer of ice caked on your windshield. It is especially frustrating if you are the type of person that hits the snooze button often, so you are already late for work as it is. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way you could easily just wipe the ice right off of your car without the hassle of waiting for the engine to defrost? There is a simple solution to this problem that is quick and easy, and you probably already have the materials needed to do this in your home!

Icy Windshield

Icy Windshield
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What You Need

  • 2/3 cup of vinegar
  • 1/3 cup of water
  • a spray bottle
Windex Economy Size Vinegar Multi-Surface Cleaner-32 oz.
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Instructions For Use

Mix 2/3 cup of vinegar and 1/3 water mixture in a spray bottle. Once thoroughly mixed together, spray on the surface of the ice on your car. Watch the ice magically melt away with ease! It really is that simple. Another suggestion would be to buy ready-made water and vinegar based house cleaners to use for this, but you must be very careful with this as some cleaners might have other chemicals in them as well. Your best bet would be to create the solution yourself, and since it is simple and easy to make, you shouldn't have too many problems. If you can't find a spray bottle in your house, see if you don't already have an almost used up Windex bottle and just clean it out with soap and water before putting your solution in the bottle. 

Precautions

There have been many people that say that this solution will leave marks or dents in your windshield. This is mostly just a tall tale, but you want to be sure that you use caution when using any solutions around your car. Do not over-use it. Since you won't be using it all the time (only in the winter occasionally) then you shouldn't be worried about leaving marks. I would suggest lightly spraying the solution first on a small area to test it out before you douse your entire window with the solution. However, this solution has been known to work. It is cheap, easy, and cost effective, so why not use it?

 

So on those days when you feel like hitting the snooze button a thousand times, go ahead. You've got time. All you need is a magical little bottle of vinegar solution. Your boss will no longer complain about you being late to work because you will have this handy little secret at your disposal!

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