There's nothing worse about commuting to work in the Winter than running out your front door to discover a thick, impenetrable layer of ice blocking your view through the front windshield. It slows you down, makes you late, and starts your day off on an irritating note.
Luckily for us, Ken Weathers, a weatherman from Knoxville, TN, showed us an easy way to defrost our windshields quickly and without frustration. He revealed that a mixture of rubbing alcohol and water squirted onto your windshield will melt away the frosty layer. Ken goes on to explain that rubbing alcohol freezes at 128 degrees below freezing, so you can keep a bottle in your car all Winter long.
Watch the video above to see the time saver in action.