We've heard of all manners of interesting ways to wash cars and car parts. Naturally, there's more store-bought specialized detergents than you can shake a rag at, but we've seen plenty of dish soap, vinegar, club soda and even Coke used to clean a stubborn part or two.

Sometimes, though, you've just got a little spot on your windshield that needs to be cleared off before you continue your commute. So, you pull into the gas station, grab the thoughtfully provided squeegee wand and go to town. Or, if you're the woman in the video down below, you take a somewhat different tactic.

Needless to say, we don't recommend following in her example. See why by watching the video below.


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