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I tried to clean my windshield with windex and it froze on how do I get it cleared off?

It is only 2 degrees outside

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Turn on your vehicle. Allow it to idle in order to build engine heat. Turn on your FRONT defrost. Let sit until aforementioned windex has melted. If inside of windshield, wipe with paper towel. If outside turn on wipers.

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