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Car parked by lake gets completely encased in ice.
Posted 1/12/16
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Is it bad that i want to try licking it?
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They should throw hot water all over the door to get in
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I almost feel sorry for the person who owns that car.
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Looks like they'll be entering from the passenger side and sitting with the heat on for a while.
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Gonna be late for that meeting, Joe.
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Yep seen this before when I was in college in Michigan. Don't park near the lakes. The wind whips up waves and the spray then blows over the parking lot and freezes on your car. Another way this can happen is parking on the street - when the road crews start salting and plowing the slush can get thrown over your car and freeze if the temperature is low enough.

Don't ever use boiling or hot water to try to defrost your car - the thermal shock will shatter glass and can cause electronic locks to malfunction.

Before they had these darn plastic keys or fobs with buttons and batteries it used to be easy to defrost a lock - you'd stick your all metal key in the lock and heat it up with a lighter.

There are various ways to get this kind of ice off the car but none of them are easy. I wish the owner luck because it'll probably take a couple of days to defrost this - IF he gets it out of the spray zone otherwise it'll just keep adding more layers.
Posted 1/12/16
Icy, I see.
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tbh that's look pretty cool.
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Ice cream'ed, did you?
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Posted 1/12/16

Razor_Girl wrote:

Yep seen this before when I was in college in Michigan. Don't park near the lakes. The wind whips up waves and the spray then blows over the parking lot and freezes on your car. Another way this can happen is parking on the street - when the road crews start salting and plowing the slush can get thrown over your car and freeze if the temperature is low enough.

Don't ever use boiling or hot water to try to defrost your car - the thermal shock will shatter glass and can cause electronic locks to malfunction.

Before they had these darn plastic keys or fobs with buttons and batteries it used to be easy to defrost a lock - you'd stick your all metal key in the lock and heat it up with a lighter.

There are various ways to get this kind of ice off the car but none of them are easy. I wish the owner luck because it'll probably take a couple of days to defrost this - IF he gets it out of the spray zone otherwise it'll just keep adding more layers.


So basically we could conclude that poor owner of this car is screwed until next summer?
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Posted 1/12/16
Thank goodness I live in Phoenix
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Posted 1/12/16
Looks good to me.

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Posted 1/12/16 , edited 1/12/16
That looks kinda cool
Glad im not the owner of it tho haha
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PrinceJudar wrote:

Looks good to me.



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By the way, do you know the name of the hairstyle Judar is using? I am asking because my hair almost has long as his.
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