This snowshield makes winter driving easier

You can put your ice scraper away: the Magnetic Car Snowshield keeps your windshield clear after major snowstorms

Published January 11, 2019 6:30AM (EST)

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Driving in the winter is a time-consuming process: after a snowstorm, you’ve got to shovel, scrape, and wait for the engine to heat up before you can take off. Chipping away at an icy windshield that’s packed with snow during frosty temperatures is a frigid task, and if you’ve got back problems or don’t have the biceps to remove all of the snow, you could wind up injuring yourself. The Magnetic Car Snowshield lets you put your scraper away and get on the road faster.

This snowshield prevents snow and ice from building up on your windshield during winter storms. Just secure it to your windshield with the attached magnets after you park and tuck the straps inside your car’s doors. When you’re ready to drive, you can easily lift the cover off of your windshield, removing built-up snow and eliminating the need for scraping or brushing.

It’s not just for the winter months, either: the snowshield also works well as a sun shield during summer’s hottest days, keeping your car’s interior cool to the touch and ready to drive. The universal fit covers your windshield glass, wipers, and part of your hood, preventing stray snowflakes or sun rays from creeping inside. It’s crafted from ultra-sturdy DualTech material, so you can use it year after year without issue.

Usually, a two-pack of the Magnetic Car Snowshield would set you back $69.95, but right now you can snag it for only $18.99 (72% off).


Magnetic Car Snowshield: 2-Pack - $18.99

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