Quick and easy way to clear your frosty windshield

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MEMPHIS, Tenn.-- Now that cold weather has returned and winter has settled in across the area, you might be waking up to find your windows frosted and fogged up.

You can remove frost using a scraper which time-consuming and exhausting.

You might just start your car before you're ready to leave so that the defrost melts it away.

Doing may cost you gas and it does more harm to your engine than good.

Here is a quick and easy solution.

Take one-third water and two-thirds rubbing alcohol and mix it together in a spray bottle.

Rubbing alcohol has a freezing point of 127 degrees below zero, meaning it’ll never freeze on your windshield.

Just spray and wipe and you'll be on your way in no time.

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