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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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If you’re like me, after driving down the road for a bit in the Summer, the car windshield is laced with bugs or what’s left of them at least. It’s more than what my windshield wipers can handle!

An easy way to get rid of them, without washing the whole car, is to just mix up some ingredients you probably already have. You will mix 70/30 baking soda to liquid dish detergent until you have a paste. Dab a wet sponge into the paste and scrub the windshield, followed by a good rinse.

Liquid dish detergent isn’t recommended for use on car paint, so make sure to keep the paste on the windshield only! Once dry, you should have a sparkly clean windshield, free of bugs and dirt!

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    • Chucktown girl

      Oh, no! I didn’t know liquid dish soap wasn’t good to use on car paint :( Does anyone know what it does?

    • uthorns1976

      It will strip the finish and dull the paint.

      • Brian of Nazareth

        Seems to me that baking soda can be abrasive if used in a paste. I’d be super leery about using it on my windshield. Just my opinion, though.