Looks like it will do the job! Great little bit to clear ice from the blades too! Not that ipany ice in sight. A barmy 15c today registered in the car here in UK.Ordered two days ago, and my Swedish ice scraper just arrived. **** solid piece of plastic !!
follow linkcan someone show me a picture of the door slot ,perhaps even with the ice card in situe ?
one thing to note is that it goes in the slot at about 45 degrees, so if you try and drop it in straight it won't go.
Totally agree you have dreadful life changing fires as they do in the southern states of the usa were our daughter lives, on a visit we had never seen any thing like it going from Georgia to Florida a few years ago, miles and miles of burnt forest pine and homes, doesn't happen in the uk to that scale, floods are more of a problem, our thoughts go with you.I'm thinking I might just pass on ordering one...
42C again today & bushfire season is back with a vengeance... 7 homes lost in Victoria over the last few days.
My thoughts are with our southern bretheren :crying:
well have tried to but links don't work for me either and I no longer have the copies in my album, but the ice scraper is just a flat bit of plastic not the one with the fur or whatever on, and it just slides into the runners toward the back of the drivers door pocket at an angle with just the top of one corner showing, hope you can work that out from this description as not able to leave our bungalow at this time :shy:Yes I managed to get to the 'ice sraping time' link ok but cannot open either image in the posting made by egb 18-12-2015, 11:33 AM
pictures of ice scraper located in door pocket
YesSo, the first car scraping of the season happened today. And, it's the first time I've ever scraped the volvo. So, the drivers side wiper blade wont come up, catches on the bonnet when i try to lift it.
Is there something i should be doing different? My old car, the blades would fold down if i hit the stalk without the engine running, but they were the kind that usually lived along either side of the windshield.
Do i need to pop the bonnet to lift that one up? Bit of a faff to go through twice a day!