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    Betcha Didn’t Know– these easy winter tips- how to ice proof your car windows. Expecting frost overnight? Just fill a spray bottle with three parts vinegar to one part water & spray on your car windows at night. In the morning, they should be clear of the icy mess. How does it work? Vinegar contains acetic acid, which raises the melting point of water, preventing water from freezing. What to do if you wake up to an already frozen car? Just spray the mixture on your window and watch it melt.

  • Kelly Sherrill

    WOW! Great winter car tips for us who MUST go to work snow or not! Just fill a spray bottle with three parts vinegar to one part water and spray on your car windows at night. In the morning, they should be clear of the icy mes

  • R Black

    Betcha Didn't Know - this easy winter tips Expecting frost overnight? Fill a spray bottle with three parts vinegar to one part water and spray on your car windows at night. How to prevent your car doors from freezing shut - Spray cooking spray on the rubber seals around car doors and rub it in with a paper towel Trick for de-icing your frozen car door lock. Just put some hand sanitizer gel on the key and the lock to solve the problem. Just make sure to use a hand sanitizer that’s 60% alcohol.

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