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Having grown up in Toronto, I'm accustomed to morning car de-icing being a lengthy and exhausting process involving a lot of grunting and scraping (I'm always amazed to see Londoners whose idea of de-icing gear is the edge of their credit-card for the odd frosty morning). I haven't tried one of the Innovation Factory's IceDozer Mini 2.0 scrapers, but holy crap, it sure makes the plastic scrapers I grew up with look like wimpy little toys. Read the full write-up on Boingboing.net.
When the freezing rain falls and hardens to a diamond-like finish on your car, you have a few removal methods at your disposal. We tend to use the “spray anti-freeze on it and run your wipers for an hour method.” That does wonders for the wipers, we hear, but we don’t care much. But if you’re going to be diligent and scrape, then at least scrape efficiently. Read the full review on OhGizmo.com.
The editors have spent the last few months scouring the world for weird holiday gifts that will surely satisfy even the strangest person in your life. Whether it's a zombie-killing device, a breathalyzer key chain or a bed that looks like a giant slab of cheese, you're covered. Read the rest at HuffingtonPost.com
After trying it, I have to say it is a scraper that is designed for harsh winters. What I like about this scraper is it is designed for light or heavy scraping. There's a blade for chipping away at thicker ice and the squeegee is perfect for cleaning moister off of my side mirror (something I had to use paper towels for before). In fact, I think it is a product that can be used well into spring rather that just during the winter and the compact design allows me to slip it right under my car seat so it...
The IceDozer Plus is a lean, mean, ice scraping machine. I mean, it does look like a bulldozer! And boy, can you bulldoze off the frost and snow with this “fully loaded” ice scraper. With two handles, multiple blades, and a brush attachment, this long-reaching 18” ice scraper has everything you need for even the toughest winter. Read the rest of this article on BestCovery.com