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This Is The Fastest Way To Defrost Your Car Windshield According to Science

Written by Ana Krneta
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One of the worst things to deal with during the winter season is cleaning off your car and warming it up. You manage to scrape just enough snow off of the roof and doors, only to get in and scrape a small patch of ice off the windshield. Then you take off hoping for the best.

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Mark Rober, of the Mark Rober YouTube channel, decided to try out a number of different ways on how to best defrost your windows. Rober found the most efficient solution using science! Next time you're running late for work on a wintry morning, this simple step will save you some time when it comes to defrosting your car.

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Rober points out that a lot of modern cars do have a button to defrost your windows, but a lot of cars don't. So the way Rober approached it, was to see what combination of the settings present in most cars would yield the fastest results in defrosting car windows.

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A lot of people blast the warm air the second they get into their car. This is because their car is freezing, and it seems logical that hot air would defrost the windows the fastest. However, this isn't the case. Rober wanted to see if opening a window, or blasting cold air and warm at the same time, would help--keeping in mind the role of air circulation inside the vehicle when it comes to defrosting its outer shell.

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Rober points out that a lot of modern cars do have a button to defrost your windows, but a lot of cars don't. So the way Rober approached it, was to see what combination of the settings present in most cars would yield the fastest results in defrosting car windows.

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A lot of people blast the warm air the second they get into their car. This is because their car is freezing, and it seems logical that hot air would defrost the windows the fastest. However, this isn't the case. Rober wanted to see if opening a window, or blasting cold air and warm at the same time, would help--keeping in mind the role of air circulation inside the vehicle when it comes to defrosting its outer shell.

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