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DIY Window De-Icer On-the-Cheap

For many of us, along with winter comes an endless expanse of mornings spent freezing our fingers off scraping ice from our windshields. Rather than walking that chilly road again this winter, the Dollar Stretcher web site suggests several DIY solutions for keeping your windshield ice-free this wint...
Auntie Em
Auntie Em • 2 years ago

DIY de-icer

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