If you’ve ever had to get your car’s windshield replaced, you might be familiar with rain water dripping down onto your dashboard and lap. Even worse, maybe you’ve had the window pop out or crack because it wasn’t properly installed. Unfortunately, these problems may be all too common.
Guy’s windshield lost a battle with a flying rock, and his insurance company gave him a similar cold-cocking when he tried to find a way to save some money on his deductible. His Sate Farm insurance agent said he wasn’t allowed to repair the windshield through a company that promised him $50 off his upfront costs.
Throwing vinegar or alcohol on your frozen windshield might be more efficient than hacking away with an ice scraper and cursing the snow, according to Wisebread. Inside, three easy do-it-yourself de-icing recipes that are sure to make those frigid mornings a little more bearable.