Windshield Washer Fluid

Removing Windshield Ice

In less enlightened times, the best way to impress women was to own a hot car. But women wised up and realized it was better to buy their own hot cars so they wouldn't have to ride around with jerks. ~ Scott Adams

Yes, there is a proper way of removing windshield ice as quickly as possible. Biggest tip: whatever you do - do NOT use hot water to try to remove ice from your windshield!.

Another useful tip: Turn the heater and the defroster on low when you first start the car and ice is on your windshield. Here’s the reason why.

Sometimes your vehicle can have frozen windshield wipers in addition to ice on your windshield on a winter's day. This video offers a short explanation of why turning on your wipers to remove ice can ruin them.

Here's a neat idea if you live in a region with a lot of snow, ice and frost:

Heated Windshield Wipers

Once you get them, this video shows you how to quickly install your heated windshield wipers on your vehicle.

Back to: Windshields/Wipers

 * Repair That "Ding"
* Protect Your Windshield
* Replace Wipers with (video)
* Unfreezing Wipers (video)
* Frozen Wiper Fluid?

* Winterize Your Car – Part 2

This ezvid video lists this year's top 10 car batteries. Their criteria for ranking these batteries are: high cold cranking amps 100% maintenance free, and offering good warranties from their manufacturers.

 Bosch 24A ICON

 Rain-X (22") Weatherbeater

  Rain-X Latitude


  ANCO 31-Series 31

AERO Premium All-Season

Bosch Clear Advantage

 Bosch 22B ICON

  Michelin Stealth Ultra

  Rain-X (28") Weatherbeater


  Rain-X Premium Graphite

In the depth of winter I finally learned that there within me lay an invincible summer. ~ Albert Camus