5 Inexpensive Ways to De-Ice Your Car
Reduce the dread of arctic winds with these weather-fighting products.
Winter is coming! Reduce the dread of arctic winds with these weather-fighting products. Here are five inexpensive ways to de-ice your car.
Create your own ice-removing solution by mixing one cup of isopropyl alcohol and one cup of water in a spray bottle. Shake the mixture and spray onto your car’s windshield. You’ll see ice instantly melt away for only $3. Buy the alcohol here and the spray bottle here.
A scrape-a-round ice scraper cleans windows twice as fast. The small, circular device won’t harm your windshield while removing frost. Easily store this hallowed scraper in your glove compartment for $13. Buy it here.
A heated ice scraper might be the perfect match for those who live in heavy snow areas. The piece of tech has a long cord that plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter for power. With a handy LED light, you can squeegee day or night for $50. Buy it here.
A windshield protector removes the annoyance of scraping or brushing all together. Attach adjustable straps to your vehicle and it’ll discourage the formation of both ice and snow. Fold and place it in a storage bag when between uses for $23. Buy it here.
You won’t dread winter mornings with these products stored in your car!