Yes. Either of these pictured below will work. I first learned this trick back in the early 90’s, and all the old guys were amazed I didn’t already know about it, when my air brakes wouldn’t work due to frozen moisture in the lines. Popped the gladhands off and dumped a few ounces in and solved the problem almost instantly. Ever since then, I keep a few bottles in the shop for whatever might need to be unfrozen; vehicle door locks, padlocks, etc. Works like a champ, doesn’t hurt paint or sensitive surfaces. I’ve used it to spray on windshield wipers that were frozen to windshields, and a ton of other issues where something was frozen. Never tried it on Ralphie’s tongue to the frozen flagpole, but other than the foul taste, I’m sure it would solve that problem too. 😂Isopropyl melts ice?