February 25, 2016

How to keep the windshield free of frost

The winter can cause hazardous conditions for driving. The ice and snow from the road can be treacherous. But even when the roads are clear, the temperature drops at night can lead to your windshield is covered with frost.

Driving with a frosted windshield is uncertain, because the vision is obscured. If you have a garage, park your car in your windshield protects against frost. But many of us do not allow ourselves the luxury of a garage. In winter mornings often mean spending a few extra minutes in the cold to clean the windshield and into the car with the defroster on, hoping the engine are hot enough to melt the frost. This method takes time and fuel. Try a different type to prevent frost from your windshield and save gas method.


Vinegar mixture

  1. Fill a spray bottle with vinegar three quarters.
  2. Add water to fill the missing fourth bottle.
  3. Spray the windshield with the mix when you have parked the car at night. The mixture will prevent frost from forming on the windshield.
  4. Up and sprayed the wipers to prevent freezing on the windshield.

Cover the windshield

  1. Measures the windshield and cut a cardboard box that fits your size. Use tape to attach two sections of cardboard, in order to make a large enough cover to cover the windshield.
  2. Start the car and wipers, stopping them halfway windshield.
  3. Place the cardboard on the windscreen, using the wipers to keep them in place. The cardboard will prevent frost from forming on the windshield.