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Scrape ice

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Sep 2, 2021
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Hello…I am wondering what folks use to remove ice off of their wings in the winter. Since my airplane, Piper Cherokee was previously hangared and is now outside, I want to ensure that I can still fly in the winter. I want to be able to remove ice which may have formed on the wings over night (not fly in known icing conditions). I know regular car scrappers are a no, no (they can damage paint and plexiglas). Is there a company that sells general aviation winter gear ie. scrappers to remove ice off wings? Any recommendations is greatly appreciated. I am hoping there is a company that sells winter products to remove icing contamination on the wings.

Thank you.

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