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by Angela LaFollette
A homemade solution of vinegar and water can help in scraping the ice off a windshield. The acidity in vinegar will make the ice melt and allow you to use less effort to scrape the ice away. The homemade vinegar-water solution will also save money because you will no longer need to purchase expensiv...
Gayle Harlan
Gayle Harlan • 2 years ago

How to Use Vinegar and Water to Defrost a Windshield

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