Turns out you can use a can of Guinness to de-ice your car

As the country lies covered in an icy blanket, we’ve been scrambling to find ways to get to work/school safely.

Motorists are being warned to be careful on the roads, many of which are icy and untreated.

Turns out you can use a can of Guinness to de-ice your car

One Mayo man, who has decided to take the risk, began his morning in a sort of patriotic manner.

Running out of options, Des Walsh resorted to using a can of Guinness to defrost his windscreen after his friend suggest rubbing alcohol on to the car.

Thanks for sending this into us, Des. This is genius.

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