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Remove Snow Buildup from Wheel Wells

With all the very cold weather most parts of the US has been experiencing, you may have noticed icy snow build-up in the wheel wells of your front and back tires. An easy way to remove it is to use a garden trowel or a putty knife to chip away at it until it falls off.

By Marie from West Dundee, IL

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