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2.5Ltr Ready To Use Screen Wash £1.00 @ Poundland

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2.5Ltr Ready To Use Screen Wash. This has an 'Antifreeze' so will stop your car Windscreen washers icing up. 2.5Ltr ready to use screen wash. Quickly removes dirt, grime and insect deposits from … Read More
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2.5Ltr Ready To Use Screen Wash. This has an 'Antifreeze' so will stop your car Windscreen washers icing up.

2.5Ltr ready to use screen wash. Quickly removes dirt, grime and insect deposits from windscreens. It is ready mixed with water for convenience - no need to dilute. Contains a freezing inhibitor for winter conditions, but is also suitable for all year round driving.
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#1
Does it say how cold it its good for?
#2
dreaddan
Does it say how cold it its good for?
Can't see any info on that mate sorry.
#3
I've only ever got this cheaper when it's been yellow-labelled at Tesco. HOT. Dreaddan, don't stress - you'll need it this winter.
#4
Great avatar mate!
#5
Ignore the freezing inhibitor comment. I have two containers of this stuff still undiluted, and it was frozen at -2C. Still slushy at 0C.
1 Like #6
2.5l of concentrated screenwash and a big can of Holts de-icer in Adsa for £2
1 Like #7
Cheap, but I wouldn't bother. I had pre-diluted stuff in my car at the start of the year when it was really cold for several weeks. It froze. I got so fed up with no being able to use my washers I ended up pouring in hot water to un-freeze it, then pumping it all out. In this weather just pour concentrate stuff in with no water.

Also, it's occurred to me that it must use up twice the energy/resources to package and transport pre-diluted stuff over concentrate, all because some people can't be bothered to make the minimal effort required to dilute it at home with water from the tap.
#8
I have to say, for once only spending a pound is too expensive. The normal price for this amount of Holts UNDILUTED screenwash is usually less than a fiver, it can be diluted to 1 part in 10 and it will still work better than this.

I never thought I'd say it for a poundland deal, but this is cold.
#9
#10
Not as good as the deal I posted recently (2,5l concentrated for £1.69). Cold from me
#11
gazjon
Ignore the freezing inhibitor comment. I have two containers of this stuff still undiluted, and it was frozen at -2C. Still slushy at 0C.


Hmm see what you mean - I bought several Asda screenwash 2.5 litres today (2 for £2) and just went out and tested the undiluted mix with a refractometer - it is -2c only!
States on the bottle -5c. Whilst it smells of spirit there can't be much in there......
#13
musicals
Great avatar mate!
lol thank you.
#14
Voted COLD. You might as well put mineral water in your washers. This stuff is truly awful, even for a quid.
#15
If you can get it, the Lidl screenwash is good for -60 ̊ C, but unfortunately isn't always available.
#16
This is good stuff at a bargain price - BUT NOT IN WINTER!

Honestly, this stuff will just block your system once it gets below freezing.
#17
Mr Rossi
If you can get it, the Lidl screenwash is good for -60 ̊ C, but unfortunately isn't always available.


If you think you're driving around the UK at -60 ̊ C, you ain't in the UK. The car battery would have died long before it got that cold.oO That's almost double the actual record for coldest temp measured.
#18
I've never had a car where the jets didn't freeze up, no matter how much screenwash I use.
#19
gazjon
Mr Rossi
If you can get it, the Lidl screenwash is good for -60 ̊ C, but unfortunately isn't always available.


If you think you're driving around the UK at -60 ̊ C, you ain't in the UK. The car battery would have died long before it got that cold.oO That's almost double the actual record for coldest temp measured.


Think you may have missed the point mate!

Minus 7 in the midlands this morning and that's enough for many screenwashes to freeze. Most of it is really only summer stuff.
#20
yeah guys, you should buy some proper concentrated stuff up to -36 which i bought last time, really dont want to end driving 1000 miles again with frozen water like last year, when in europe was -15 through day.
#21
ufoonek
yeah guys, you should buy some proper concentrated stuff up to -36 which i bought last time, really dont want to end driving 1000 miles again with frozen water like last year, when in europe was -15 through day.

Do you know where to get it from?
Our halfords is out of there coma -60 stuff (I cleared them out)

Edited By: dreaddan on Dec 03, 2010 14:28: spelling
#22
gazjon
Mr Rossi
If you can get it, the Lidl screenwash is good for -60 ̊ C, but unfortunately isn't always available.
If you think you're driving around the UK at -60 ̊ C, you ain't in the UK. The car battery would have died long before it got that cold.oO That's almost double the actual record for coldest temp measured.
No, you missed my point! X)
Lidl screenwash is perfect to dilute down for UK. 2 to 1 gives -36 ̊ C if I remember right.
It's from Germany where they're more used to bad weather than we are.
As for the battery, switch the lights on for 2 or 3 minutes without turning the car key, then switch off the lights and then start the car. This reduces load on the battery.
How do you think they cope in mainland and Eastern Europe? Some even make their own extra glazing for the glass.
I lived in Holland for 18 months and it's always VERY cold in Winter!

Edited By: Mr Rossi on Dec 03, 2010 12:59
#23
Mr Rossi
As for the battery, switch the lights on for 2 or 3 minutes without turning the car key, then switch off the lights and then start the car. This reduces load on the battery.


Huh? How does that work then?
#24
Concentrated is better!
#25
slimy31
Mr Rossi
As for the battery, switch the lights on for 2 or 3 minutes without turning the car key, then switch off the lights and then start the car. This reduces load on the battery.


Huh? How does that work then?


I've never heard of that either, but guessing - a warm battery gives far more power. maybe using the lights discharges the battery slightly but warms it - so giving more power than you used? or not.......

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