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
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.
Homemade Windshield Washer Fluid and Rain Repellent
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.