It's winter, and you've just woken up to find your car covered in a thick sheet of ice. What are you going to do? Turn your automobile on and hope that the heater and defrost melts that ice before it's too late, before you're late for that big meeting, or your final exam.
Well, there may be a way to avoid the time consuming defrost method of your car or truck. This video tutorial will show you how to remove ice from your car with rubbing alcohol. This is an extremely simple method of removing ice from your vehicle during the winter months. Rubbing alcohol. That's it. You're windshield and side windows on your car will be free of ice in no time.
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