Here’s How You Can Defrost Your Windshield In Less Than 60 Seconds

No one can deny the beauty of winters, but neither can anyone play down the great inconveniences it brings us. Shoveling your driveway isn’t half the battle, as before you can actually move your car you have to deal with the thick layer of snow on your frozen windshield.

While many of us have over time come up with our own techniques for warming up a car, an appropriately-named meteorologist Ken Weathers, claims he has a solution that can clear the frost within a minute!

Ken, who works at WATE in Knoxville, Tennessee meteorology department, shared a homemade trick on YouTube for defrosting that annoying frozen windshield in less than 60 seconds.

He suggests that you need to spray the glass with a solution comprising of one part water and two parts rubbing alcohol. According to Weathers,

“The reason why this works is [that] rubbing alcohol has a freezing point of 128 degrees below freezing.”

While I would love him to spare me a lesson in chemistry (personal grudges, nothing against the subject itself), the technique is actually worth a shot!

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