This Snowshield Will Be Your Car’s Winter Best Friend

The Magnetic Car Snowshield keeps your view of the windshield free and clear all winter.
The Magnetic Car Snowshield keeps your view of the windshield free and clear all winter.
January 12, 2019 5:00 a.m.

Digging at your car’s windshield with a snow scraper isn’t exactly the picture of wintertime fun. Your car needs extra TLC during the coldest months of the year, but finding extra minutes to warm up your engine and dig out your car on the coldest mornings is rough. The Magnetic Car Snowshield shaves time off of your morning winter routine by protecting your windshield from ice and snow.

This snowshield fits snugly over almost any car’s windshield, wipers, and part of your hood. Just secure it to your windshield with the included magnets, tuck the straps inside your car doors, and leave it on whenever your car is parked. The durable DualTech material stands up to rain, sleet, ice, and snow. When you’re ready to drive, you can pull the snowshield off of your windshield, bringing piled-up snow with it and clearing your windshield without any scraping or brushing.

The magnetic weather lock system guarantees a perfect fit, and the snowshield can also be used during the summer to keep your car’s interior nice and cool on blazing, sunny days.

Normally a two-pack of the Magnetic Car Snowshield costs $69.95, but right now you can make winter driving easier for only $18.99 (72% off).


Magnetic Car Snowshield: 2-Pack – $18.99

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