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Car Snow Shovel

Here is a tip for anyone that lives in a snowy area. Sometimes we get so much snow that besides having to dig out the car to get it on the street, our cars look like they are wearing big white hats. Which is dangerous because when that snow blows off as you are driving it can blind the person behind you. Here is an easy tip to make you a safer driver.

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Take a small dustpan and attach it to a small piece of dowel. Slide a piece of old hose over the end where you would put your hands. 2 small wood screws to hold on the dustpan. You now have a light weight shovel to get the snow off your car. This with a little longer handle would make a great play snow shovel for that little helper that always wants to do what you are doing.

By Debra in Colorado

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January 27, 20100 found this helpful
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Two comments:
One be sure it's a plastic or rubber (preferred) dustpan to avoid scratching the car's finish.

Another idea would be to use a small pushbroom with a toilet plunger handle (or cut down regular broom handle).

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November 24, 20160 found this helpful

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