Weatherman's simple solution to defrosting cars has gone viral

Greg Evans
Saturday 11 November 2017 12:15
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Picture:(YouTube/ Ken Weathers/ Screengrab)

Defrosting your car in the morning can be a time consuming nuisance, especially if you are in a rush.

Scraping away at the ice or trying to warm your car up by turning the engine on are both reliable methods - but they're laborious and a needless waste of fuel.

With those winter months now upon us one man has developed a fool-proof technique that everyone can use.

Ken Weathers is a weatherman for WATE 6 News in Tennessee and has concocted a solution that will get rid of that ice in an instant.

All you need is 2/3 rubbing alcohol and 1/3 water mixed in a spray bottle.

Once sprayed onto a surface that ice will vanish into oblivion leaving you to swiftly get on with the rest of your day.

Watch Ken's demonstration of the formula below.

Ken uploaded the video in January 2016 and it has since been watched over 6 million times, so it's clearly working.

Just make sure you add rubbing alcohol to your shopping list.

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