Wow. Here’s how to defrost your window in seconds

frozen windshield

Newsman Ken Weathers of KATE ABC news in Knoxville, Tennessee doesn’t like to stand around and wait for his car windows to defrost. Instead, he has devised a simple but brilliant way to immediately remove ice from your vehicle.

Weathers is very quick to point out that pouring hot water directly on your window can crack the windshield.

Instead, he uses a mixture of water (at room temperature) and rubbing alcohol.

As Ken points out, rubbing alcohol will remain in liquid form over -120 degrees, thus it is 100% usable even after being left in your cold car for days.

Watch his cool trick in action and then mix together your own solution of 1/3 parts water and 2/3 parts rubbing alcohol.