Defrost Your Windshield In Seconds With This Weatherman's Genius Trick

January 8, 2018


If you have to leave your car outside overnight, you know what a pain it is to defrost the windshield on those cold mornings. An ice scraper works, but it can take a lot of energy, time and frozen fingers. But one Knoxville, Tennessee, weatherman has a solution for quickly defrosting your car. Ken Weathers (yes, that's the weatherman's real name) of shared a recipe for a simple mixture that will get rid of the frost on your windshield in seconds. Isopropyl or rubbing alcohol and water. Here’s what you do: Mix ⅓ part water and ⅔ part isopropyl or rubbing alcohol together and pour into a spray bottle. Spray the solution onto your windshield, and voila! You’ll see the ice disappear instantly. The reason why this works is rubbing alcohol has a freezing point of 138 degrees below freezing so you can always keep this mixture in your car and it will never freeze.

Defrosting Your Windshield.mp3