Prevent Car Doors From Freezing Shut with Cooking Spray
Trying to get into your car the morning after a snowstorm only to find the doors are frozen shut is a devastating feeling. You might avoid that frustration with some Pam or other cooking spray.
The blog Coffee Break with Liz and Kate recommends spraying cooking spray on the rubber seals around the car doors and then rubbing it with a paper towel. According to the AAA, the doors freeze because of snow melting into the seals and freezing overnight; the cooking spray oils should protect against that melting water.
Liz and Kate also suggest in their post the DIY window de-icer solution made of vinegar and water we've mentioned previously and the cool hand sanitizer frozen car door lock trick.
While you're out there winterizing with Pam, might as well coat your shovel with it too.