I found a groundbreaking way to de-ice my car’s windshield – it does the job in seconds, but there’s a catch
A MAN shared a groundbreaking hack to de-ice his windshield online.
The video was uploaded to TikTok by @timobas and users are shocked after discovering incredible ice scraper.
The product is an electric ice scraper that the man found online.
It de-ices your windshield and windows in seconds and with very little effort.
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The catch, however, is that it’s not particularly cheap; it costs £26 online.
A cheaper hack is to rub half an onion all over your windshield the night before you drive.
This prevents frost from forming and saves you a lot of unnecessary scratching time in the morning.
TikTok user Andrew Huston recommends pouring hot water into a sandwich bag and rubbing it across your frosty windshield.
Vinegar is another good choice. Spray a vinegar solution mixed with water on your windshield or directly on the icy window the night before for quick results.
Another obvious tip is to use de-icer, which you can buy at most supermarkets.
This will surely get the job done and is handy to have in the car when you need it.
The Highway Code dictates that windshields and windows must be kept clean and free from obstructions.
Drivers can be fined £2,500 and three penalty points if they drive with fogged up or iced windows.
https://www.the-sun.com/motors/6892837/found-game-changing-way-de-ice-my-cars-windscreen/ I found a groundbreaking way to de-ice my car’s windshield – it does the job in seconds, but there’s a catch