Having iced windows on ya car deappreciation

sdm

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I hate this because:
  • It was cold
  • My hands got colder than they were
  • Having to drive with limited vision (danger!)
  • Made me 6 minutes late for work (not all bad!)
Crapola (n)

 

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you know i never knew that this could happen until i visited the uk in winter and saw streets full of cars covered in really thick ice.
how do you get it off? kettle? :confused: and wouldnt you have to leave the car running for 10 mins to warm it up before you used it?
 

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you know i never knew that this could happen until i visited the uk in winter and saw streets full of cars covered in really thick ice.
how do you get it off? kettle? :confused: and wouldnt you have to leave the car running for 10 mins to warm it up before you used it?
Yeah I had to warm the car up for like 5 mins before I used it. Luckily I had a can of deicer which makes getting rid of the ice a lot easier! :)

If the deicer runs out I use a scraper, that sucks. Need to dig out my gloves.
 

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Snow in the UK in November...

The weather is cold in Poland but no snow (yet).

I'm going to Brazil next week for spring kiteboarding. Hooray!
 

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The more into winter we get, the longer my car stutters before it starts up... I give it 5 weeks until it will refuse to start at all :(

Oh and don't boil a kettle to get rid of ice on the windscreen :D lukewarm water and a scraper will do,
 
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