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homemade deicer for windshield

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    homemade deicer for windshield


    Mix ⅓ part water and ⅔ part isopropyl or rubbing alcohol together and pour into a spray bottle. Spray the solution onto your windshield, and voila! Youíll see the ice disappear instantly.
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    Good tip! Sometimes in winter my windshield can be solid ice. I have to chip away at a tiny hole and work my way out inch by inch with a lot of elbow grease.

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    Wouldn't hurt to mix up a bottle and keep it in your car, keep it handy, it won't freeze, alcohol doesn't freeze
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    Oh good. I thought it was going to be something uber-alternative, like cat pee or something. Or colloidal cat pee.

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