Fight Windshield Grime with Homemade Washer Fluid, and keep a few extra cents in your pocket book when you do so. Buying washer fluid can really get expensive, especially in those winters when the weather is slightly milder, but lots messier. Then you seem to have to refill your window washer fluid continually, and at today’s prices, that can really add up. This method keeps the cost down, and also keeps your windows clean. And you can still tint the mixture blue so that you know at a glance that what you are looking at is homemade washer fluid.
We all need to keep our windows clear in order to drive safely. And this can become pretty challenging, especially in winters where all we seem to be driving through is slush. So save yourself a bit of coin, and try out this recipe to Fight Windshield Grime with Homemade Washer Fluid. It is quick and easy to make and it can save you some money, something that we all like to do. And the other good thing is that you can make up a big batch and keep it in your garage, so that whenever you need some more it is all ready for you. Just pour it into your smaller container and carry it in the back of your vehicle, or just add it directly to the washer fluid container in your vehicle.
Any way that you make it, this homemade washer fluid will save you plenty of time and money. It is an easy thing to make from common ingredients that you may already keep in the house or even in your garage. Just check out the way to make it at this site, One Good Thing by Jillee, and get going. It will not take long, and you could even make it a family project. None of the ingredients is dangerous, although you do want to take care with most of them, just to be certain. So get the kids to help when you want to Fight Windshield Grime with Homemade Washer Fluid. Make it up and keep the extra in the garage. Be sure to clearly label the bottle. As well, be sure to use the blue dye in the fluid as the site, One Good Thing by Jillee, recommends that you do. That way, you will always know at a glance that the bottle contains window-washing fluid. It is important to be sure that no one mixes up the window washing fluid with any other product, especially the little ones. So be sure to clearly label the window washing fluid bottle, and add the dye product to the liquid when you make it. Be safe.
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