Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid - 1 empty (clean) gallon jug - 1 gallon water - 1 tablespoon dish soap - cup non-sudsing ammonia (substitute vinegar for ammonia if you want) - A few drops of blue food coloring
Welcome to the first installment of the Two Twenty One Car Series! Today we re checking (and adding) fluids under the hood-- oil, windshield washer fluid, coolant, and power steering fluid. It s best to check your car s fluids every month.
Cheap and Easy to Make DIY Windshield Washer Fluid
Recipe for Windshield De-Icer and an Ice Prevention Spray. Mix one part water to two parts 70 percent isopropyl alcohol in a spray bottle for a homemade de-icing spray. Spray your iced-over windows with the solution and the ice will peel right off.
Change your wiper blades. Salt spray, dirt, ice all result in torn-up wiper blades at the end of the winter months. You don’t want to be caught blinded by ineffective windshield wipers if there is a sudden downpour.