'Tis the season for frost and ice creeping into our mornings. It's good to know the best way to properly defrost your car windshield so you can drive as safely as possible.
To quickly and efficiently defrost your car windows and windshield, here are a few nifty hacks that will prevent damage to your car and get the job done in no time:
1. Pour lukewarm water over your windows
This is an easy and obvious way to get rid of ice on your car, but the key is to make sure the water isn't boiling. If the water is too hot, it could actually crack the window and cause damage.
Once you have poured the water on, wipe away the slush with a scraper — an old credit card or piece of plastic will also work well.
This method is tried and tested, and one of the most effective techniques.
2. Add some alcohol to the water solution
Rather than just using water to get rid of the ice, use 1/3 water and 2/3 rubbing alcohol to do the trick. It's an easy way to get rid of the frost that has gathered on your car overnight.
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