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Windshield-Washer Fluid

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Rating: 4/5 4 stars
2 reviews
2 comments

ready in: under 30 minutes
serves/makes:   10 cups
  

recipe id: 28013

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ingredients

9 cups water
1 cup isopropyl alcohol
1 tablespoon dishwashing liquid

directions

Combine all in plastic jug.

added by

Debbra

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REVIEW: recipe rating
Worked great...cheap alternative to buying it at the store! My husband always laughs because every day he comes home from work I have figured out something new to make myself!!


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M5

COMMENT:
I would use an even smaller amount of soup, possibly 1/4 tsp,it is acting only as wetting agent, too much soap will cause foaming and/or smearing.


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Jeremy

COMMENT:
Remember that dish washing soap dries out car paint, and windshield washer fluid will usually splash onto the paint. Probably a minor issue, but still something to think about. :-)


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REVIEW: recipe rating
Works great - and smells a lot better than the commercial stuff (I used wintergreen-scented alcohol)