How To Defrost Your Car Windshield In Less Than A Minute

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If you live and commute in icy conditions, you're used to the pesky frost that can accumulate on your windshield during the winter months. If you live in Chicago (like the Curiosity team), this icy layer could last into late spring..."yikes" is right. Before you buy expensive defrost spray or ice scrapers, check out Tennessee meteorologist Ken Weathers' homemade solution in the video below. Spoiler: there are only TWO ingredients, and they're most likely found in your home.

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