This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FrostGuard®.
School mornings around here are pretty hectic, like I imagine most to be. Packing lunches, brushing teeth and hair, convincing my kids that yes, they must wear shoes.
It’s always something.
But in the winter, we add in one huge pain that really hinders our morning and the time it takes to get out the door.
The snow and ice.
Scraping off layers of ice and snow in the freezing weather when we’re trying to make it to school on time is no fun. Among others, it’s my least favorite part of winter.
It’s only November and although we haven’t had snow yet, we have had frost on our windshield more than once. Fortunately for us, we just got a new little gadget for under $40 that is going to save me so much time and hassle. I am over the moon excited!
It’s called FrostGuard®
It is a windshield cover that protects your windshield from snow and ice so you don’t have to scrape!
It goes on quick and easy in about 20 seconds with the Fit-Fast® attachment system. After the snow just go outside, take it off and voila – no scraping the windshield!! How awesome is that?
You can also get the side mirror covers so you don’t have to take care of those either.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stood outside shivering in the cold using all my strength to get through layer and layer of rock hard ice on my windshield. I am thrilled to know that I’m not going to have to do that this year!
FrostGuard rolls up super skinny and goes into its quick-dry storage pouch so when you bring it inside or put it in your backseat, it won’t leak.
I keep mine in the front closet by our door so anytime I see we’re expecting snow or ice I can go throw it on the car.
It’s inexpensive and so helpful. Everyone will love it and I have good news. You can save 20% off the FrostGuard Signature Bundle with the code winter17 before December 31, 2017 (Some exclusions may apply). If there is anyone on your holiday shopping list you need a gift idea for, this is perfect.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of FrostGuard.