High...I'm a hardy Minnesotan which also means I go through some harsh winters. The ice on my car always freezes pretty thick at school. That being said, I want to invent some sort of cool-looking low-heat flame device to basicaly melt the ice very very fast. So I was wondering: 1. What hazards should I be concerned with besides melting or possibly burning he glass or the rubber/paint around it. I don't want to do any damage to the car. What can I do to avoid these hazards? 2. What burns at such a low heat? 3. Is there anything else that reacts with ice to make it break off the windshield? 4. How exactly could I go about making such a thing?