How to Defrost Your Windshield in Less Than One Minute


One of the most dreaded tasks of the cold winter months is waiting for your windshield to defrost. Blasting the defrost can take time and wastes gas; and using a scraper isn’t always effective, requires a lot of muscle, and can lead to frozen hands. Here’s why it’s a mistake to pour warm water on a frozen windshield.

This easy to make solution can clear your windshield in less than a minute and get you on the road fast. Simply mix 1/3 part water and 2/3 part isopropyl or rubbing alcohol. Pour the solution into a spray bottle and in the morning, spray it on your windshield. The ice will disappear instantly. You can also spray the solution on your car handles and doors if they are frozen shut. Still keep your scraper handy, though, as you may need to scrape off some excess chunks of ice. These are 10 creative ways to stay warm in a car that has no heat. Read the full Windshield Defrosting article here...

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01 Feb 2019


By Morgan Cutolo