Save Money By Making Your Own Windshield Washer Fluid

If you own an automobile there is something that you’re going learn very quickly. They are expensive, not only to purchase but also to maintain. You have some expensive items that need to be done on a periodic basis, such as changing the tires and replacing the brakes. There are also many different things that need done as far as routine maintenance is concerned, including changing the oil.

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One thing that we need to do on a regular basis with our automobile is replace the windshield washer fluid. It seems as if it runs out when we least expect it and we end up standing at the grocery store, wondering why we have to pay so much for a soapy liquid. If you are tired of paying that much for windshield washer fluid, you might be surprised to learn that it is possible to make it at home cheaply and easily.

Keeping the windshield clean is more than just avoiding the annoyance of having to look through dirty glass. It might surprise you to learn that there are many accidents that could have been avoided if the windshield were kept cleaner. One of the ways to keep it cleaner is by using your windshield washer fluid on a regular basis. Water would do the trick but when you use windshield washer fluid, it adds the soapy residue that helps to wash away bugs, dirt and other residue. It may also include other items that will help keep your windows cleaner in-between the times you use it.

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Once you see how easy it is to make your own windshield washer fluid, you will want to try it for yourself. One thing is certain, you will never run out of this fluid once you know this simple recipe.

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Materials Needed:

1 gallon water
1 oz dish soap
8 oz rubbing alcohol

Directions

It’s very easy to make! Add the dish soap to your water jug.

Then pour in the rubbing alcohol.

Close the lid and shake it all until it is mixed.

Now the mixture is ready to go into your car!

The rubbing alcohol will prevent the water from freezing and it will keep your windshield clear and streak-free!

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