As if we were not exhausted by the treatment of flu season and dry skin, in most of the United States a hard, icy weather is on the way. And when you commute to work in a car, you know what that means. When temperatures drop below freezing, it's pretty much guaranteed that you'll have to trudge outside, start the car to heat it up, and fumble for your ice scraper so you can start clearing your windows and actually seeing the ones Road, if you drive.
But what if you do not have an ice scraper on hand? Maybe you've just moved north and are dealing with ice for the first time, or you just do not know where the Dang thing went since last winter. In no case panic ̵
User Castewar posted this video in R / Lifehacks demonstrating his life A clever trick to scrape ice from his car window with a plastic container just big enough to fit in his hand. "Skip the round of ice scraper advertising on Facebook, just pull out your drawer [Tupperware]," he wrote in the post. In literally five seconds he scrapes off every piece of ice and makes his window transparent again.
A commentator makes a fair point: the ice he's working with in this video is not the hardest, so who knows how this hack will last after a big blizzard or ice storm, but next time you're stranded without an ice scraper and need to hit it fast Put your plastic food containers on the street and shoot this trick – it could save your morning.