Protect Your Windshield

Protect Your Windshield

Posted: Jan 22, 2019 9:01 AM
Updated: Jan 22, 2019 9:01 AM

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mari nelson is out in medford giving us a live look at conditions this morning. she talked with a windshield tech about the proper way to defrost your car. [g4]windshield care with frost-stinger as i talked about earlier in the newscast, just using your defroster to get ice off your windshield can actually end up cracking it. you want to use either de-icing spray or a regulations ice scraper. a regulations ice scraper is one that you buy from the store for the purpose of actually scraping ice. a safelite repair windshield tech told me that he sees a looked of scratched up windshields from people trying to use things like a credit card or a phone case to scrape. you can buy a de-icer at the store...or you can make your own. [g7]windshield care with frost-sotvo "if you are industrious like many, you can create your own and it's super simple. just 2/3 rubbing part water. so 2 parts rubbing alcohol, one part water. spray it on there, give it a second, you're good to go." when fog forms in freezing temperatures, the water droplets in the air remain as liquid. when those droplets freeze onto surfaces a windshield ...little ice crystals are formed. this freezing fog is something we are going to be expecting later this week also. so your homemade de-icer will definetely come in handy then. live in medford, mari nelson,
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