Instantly Defrost Your Car Windows In The Winter! No Scraping! (VIDEO)


Winter can often be the worst period for drivers. Car windows get foggy, car lock gets frozen, windshield gets icy frosted and everything makes you frustrated.

You’re in a hurry, you’re running late for work, or it’s just freezing outside and the last thing you want to see in your driveway is a frosted windshield and car windows.

You know you have to defrost your windows before you go, driving with ice on your windshield can be dangerous, but scraping off the ice with an ordinary scrapper can be time-consuming and can leave scratches on the glass.


I’ve always wondered and wished there was an easier way to resolve this pesky problem but the truth is I haven’t found the solution.

Until now!

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After some research and experimentation with different methods I found the easiest and most reliable way to defrost windows in a matter of seconds. And the best thing is that no scrapping is needed.

There are different methods out there for defrosting your car windows but this is the fastest way to go. Here’s what you need:

  • Spray bottle
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • A few drops of dish soap
  • Water

Mix 2/3 of rubbing alcohol with 1/3 water and add a few drops of dish soap in a spray bottle. Shake it a few times and you’ve got your homemade deicer ready to go.

Spray the deicer on the windows, directly on the frozen parts and wait for a few seconds.

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The more you spray the less time you’ll wait for it to start working. You’ll notice the ice turning into water in a matter of seconds.

Turn on the windshield wipers, they’ll wipe the melted ice right off. If there is some ice left spray again and you’ll be set to go.

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