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‘Ashamed I never thought of this’ drivers say as they discover free hack ALL the pros use to de-ice windscreens fast


A CAR enthusiast has revealed a nifty hack that can help drivers get their windshields defrosted quickly in the winter.

Lefty Vlogger (@leftyvlogger) has over 100,000 followers on the app who benefit from the car tips, tricks, and hacks he shares.

A car enthusiast has revealed a nimble hack that can help drivers get their windshields defrosted quickly in the winter

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A car enthusiast has revealed a nimble hack that can help drivers get their windshields defrosted quickly in the winter
The car expert showed how to speed up the process of defrosting windshields in winter

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The car expert showed how to speed up the process of defrosting windshields in winterCredit: TikTok/leftyvlogger

In his latest video, the car expert showed how to speed up the process of defrosting windshields in winter.

He started by advising drivers to do the normal gig – turn on defrosting and put the temperature all the way up.

And then he revealed the golden trick – he asked to put down the sun visors while the car is on defrosting mode.

The car pro said the small step works as a trap for warmth.

He added: “But here’s what makes the difference, put down your sun visors.

“What that’s gonna do is trap the warm air in your windshield area.

“It’s simple, but it works. And it’s gonna speed up the process.”

The post has been liked by many drivers who discovered the genius hack.

One of the followers wrote: “Ashamed I never thought of this, it is brilliant.”

Another said: “Smart tip and will possibly save me the time of scrapping for a minute.”

A third chipped in: “I am going to try this the next time, thank you for the genius advice.”

Meanwhile, another expert revealed the crucial warning signs your car needs winter tyres.

Drivers have been told what to look out for as weather worsens with the chilly festive season looming.

Car gurus say that while summer tyres tend to be the default for vehicles, it does pay to look into alternative options for winter.

Stiff summer tyres, with shallow treads, work well in climates ranging from seven to 40 degrees – giving good grip in both dry and wet conditions.





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