Fight Windshield Grime With Homemade Washer Fluid!

Make Your Own Cheaper & Greener Windshield Washer Fluid

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

Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid - Easy and Cheap!

Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid

To make your own washer fluid, you just need to mix a gallon of water with 1 tablespoon of dish washing liquid and ½ cup of ammonia (for anti freeze or vinegar. You can also add a few drops of food coloring so that you know what the liquid is for.

Cheap and Easy to Make DIY Windshield Washer Fluid

WINDSHIELD CLEANER = 1 gallon water + 1 Tbs dish washing liquid + ½ cup vinegar (for anti freeze) OR 16 oz rubbing alcohol + 1 Tbs dish soap + enough water to fill a gallon jug.

Easy, inexpensive, and effective, this homemade windshield washer fluid is a rain repellent too! Made with common household ingredients it's earth friendly.

Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid and Rain Repellent

Easy, inexpensive, and effective, this homemade windshield washer fluid is a rain repellent too! Made with common household ingredients it's earth friendly.

Fight Windshield Grime With Homemade Washer Fluid  (very similar to the glass cleaner I make....water, couple of drops dish soap, vinegar in a spray bottle....the BEST I've ever used!!)   Ammonia and bleach don't mix so I never buy ammonia....don't need it!)

Make Your Own Cheaper & Greener Windshield Washer Fluid

Fight Windshield Grime With Homemade Washer Fluid - A safer cleaner without poisonous methanol. Make with rubbing alcohol instead of ammonia.

Windshield washer fluid is ridiculously expensive - often $ 3 or more per gallon. Here is a simple, do it yourself recipe that works better than the store-bought counterpart for only .69 a gallon

Windshield Washer Fluid

Make your own homemade Windshield Washer Fluid for a fraction of the price of it's store-bought (toxic) counterpart

How to make different types of windshield washer fluid

Make Windshield Washer Fluid

Make Your Own Windshield Wiper Fluid~Mix 2 quarts of rubbing alcohol, 1 cup of water, and 1 teaspoon of dish detergent to create a cheaper alternative to windshield wiper fluid.

Car maintenance: how to check and add fluids under the hood– oil, windshield washer fluid, coolant, and power steering fluid.

Car Series: Checking and Adding Fluids

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

Cheap and Easy to Make DIY Windshield Washer Fluid

Stop wasting money on windshield washer fluids, this is an awesome money saver with a stupid easy recipe, works like a charm!

Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid - Easy and Cheap!

Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid

Switching to an eco-friendly windshield wiper fluid can prevent billions of gallons of toxins per year - Complete Health and Happiness

DIY Windshield De-icer, Frost/Ice Prevention Spray, & Anti-Freeze Windshield Washer Fluid

Windshield De-Icer/ and Ice Prevention Spray

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.

The Nostalgic Nightingale: Cleaning: Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid

Our Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid formula - why waste money on harmful chemicals at the store when windshield washer fluid can be made at home with much safer ingredients?

Homemade window washer fluid for your vehicle. I hate the smell of some washer fluids, not to mention that it's five buck I can save by making my own. A mixture of one part vinegar and three parts of water is sufficient for cold climes.

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.

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