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Homemade De-Icer - Bachelor on the Cheap

Snow ice on windshieldBy Mike Thayer

This isn't quite as quick as the commercial stuff, but it does indeed work!

  • 2 parts rubbing alcohol
  • 1 part water

Pour the alcohol and water into a spray bottle. Spray on the windshield or other surface and let it work for about 1-5 minutes (depending on how thick the ice is).  Scraping ice off the windshield or opening up the lock on the door becomes easy peasy.


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