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Antifreeze is often poured into a car's radiator and windscreen washer bottle.

Antifreeze is a liquid that lowers the freezing point of water. It is used to stop ice from growing on a surface, like a windshield. It is also used inside pipes of a car's radiator.[1]

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  1. Bosen, Sidney F.; Bowles, William A.; Ford, Emory A.; Perlson, Bruce D. (2000). Antifreezes. doi:10.1002/14356007.a03_023.