So, it's that time of year. When we're all spending that quality time, out in the snow, clearing off our cars, with those flimsy plastic snow scrapers that we paid next-to-nothing for, and have proven themselves worth what we paid for them.
Time to brush off our I'ble spirit, and make ourselves a decent snow brush for our cars.
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Step 1: Parts
Parts are simple. You'll need:
- A telescoping paint roller extension pole. Most paint stores, home stores, and many hardware stores will carry these. They're intended to screw into paint rollers to aid in painting tall walls, but they end with a standard broom handle thread.
- A broom head. Most home stores and hardware stores will carry a variety of these. I prefer small heads with soft bristles. They're intended, so far as I can tell, for window washing - so they won't scratch the finish on your car.
Step 2: Assembly
Come on, now, you don't really need me to tell you how to put these together...
Step 3: Use
- Wait for it to snow
- Extend the pole
- Sweep off the snow
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