Here is a Method that is Helping Car Owners Defrost Their Cars Faster

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If your car isn’t put in the garage at night, you know what winter woes you’ll deal with the next morning. You’ll wake up to a frosty, frozen windshield, and limited time to get to work. You could use an ice scraper, but without gloves, it’s painful. You could opt for your car’s defrost feature, but it wastes gas and takes precious time. So how do you defrost your windshield and get to work on time? Keep reading for this simple hack car owners swear by! Hint: you only need two ingredients.

The Secret Ingredient(s) to Defrost Your Windshield

Just using rubbing alcohol and water in a combined mixture can melt the ice on your windshield in SECONDS! Yes, seconds.

Here’s what you need to do:

Mix ⅓ water and ⅔ running alcohol into a spray bottle. Spray the concoction onto your windshield and the ice will dissipate immediately.

Since rubbing alcohol has a freezing point of 138 degrees below freezing, it’s a handy way of defrosting your windshield and maybe catching a few more z’s before work.