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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-08-2007, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Sick of frost on your windows in the morning?

Well, I was watching the DIY network and saw this cool tip. What you do is take 3 parts of vinegar and mix it with 1 part water (use a spray bottle.) what you do is, before you go to bed, spray it on your windows like you are cleaning them and wipe it dry. This will keep frost off them. I did mine on Sunday and no frost since then.
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its like anti freeze for windows,, it does work,,,, also cleans the windows very nice
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its like anti freeze for windows,, it does work,,,, also cleans the windows very nice
yeah it does. Only problem is that I don't know if it will take off the RainX I have on it.
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I find the garage works great.......................
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I am laying tile down in the kitchen and using the garage to make the cuts. I always keep the Trep in the garage.
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Does this work for dew on your windows?? If so I gotta do it!
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Ima try it D:
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yeah it does. Only problem is that I don't know if it will take off the RainX I have on it.
im thinking it will. but i have rain-x and dont remember ever seeing frost on my windows. there is water beads which i assume is frost rain-x has pwned. but driving off clears it pretty quick from all of my windows.
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I wonder if it would keep freezing rain from collecting...That is the absolute worst to wake up to and have to scrape off the windows.
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I wonder if it would keep freezing rain from collecting...That is the absolute worst to wake up to and have to scrape off the windows.
I sometimes put a piece of cardboard on the windshield overnight. Beats scrapping freezing rain off the windshield. well actually now that I have remote start on my Durango I just push a button and when i go outside anything that was frozen is now just water.
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For frost i got the windshield washer fluid with rain-x that melts frost and it works great. I love watching my neighbors scrape ice while i just push the wash button and leave haha.
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I bet your car smells real good after you spray her with it.
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I wonder if it would keep freezing rain from collecting...That is the absolute worst to wake up to and have to scrape off the windows.
Yeah especially during some of those really bad overnight storms that leaves about a QUARTER INCH THICK SHEET ON THE ENTIRE CAR! That is fun!
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I bought this can of de-icer for windows, just itching to try it - I haven't had a good frost since i bought it but i'll let you know what happens - basically it just melts the shiz out of the ice super fast and you can just run the wipers and leave. I've used the rainx anti ice wash stuff before and you still get the areas that aren't hit by the blades covered in ice - this de-icer stuff is supposed to do it all efficiently.
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