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600ml Car plan De-icer ONLY 74p @ Sainsburys

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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Sainsburys forecourts seem to have this deal nationwide, i visited one last week in Derby and have just found it in Gloucester today.

600ml Car Plan Blue Star deicer only 74p

In comparision they had the 300ml next to it for £1.99

Crazy deal as places like Tesco are selling 600ml for £2.50

I cant see this online so must be in their forecourts only.
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#1
Having learnt from experience I prefer bottled sprays rather than canned as on a cold winter morning these things get even colder than you already are and are very unpleasant to use if you need to use it a lot. Bottles however stay the same temperature as ambient temperature. Hot for what is is but I'd rather pay more for something that allows me to actually grip the wheel once I eventually get in the car.
#2
Astec123
Having learnt from experience I prefer bottled sprays rather than canned as on a cold winter morning these things get even colder than you already are and are very unpleasant to use if you need to use it a lot. Bottles however stay the same temperature as ambient temperature. Hot for what is is but I'd rather pay more for something that allows me to actually grip the wheel once I eventually get in the car.


I agree with this but the only plastic bottle I've use is a tesco own brand one...and was seriously poo. Then again I find those cans poo too, even the brand above.... Often stick to luke warm water when deicing in my yard.... fraction of the time too...and cost.. and before anyone says it, no it doesnt crack your screen.
#3
I agree with this but the only plastic bottle I've use is a tesco own brand one...and was seriously poo. Then again I find those cans poo too, even the brand above.... Often stick to luke warm water when deicing in my yard.... fraction of the time too...and cost.. and before anyone says it, no it doesnt crack your screen.


You use car de-icer for pathways? Surely table salt is a cheaper option or a few seconds with a shovel. As for the luke warm water totally agree with that point, anything that is just a bit warmer than how the cold comes out of the tap works wonders, only down side is it freezing on the ground afterwards making the drive a skid pan when you get home.
#4
Astec123
I agree with this but the only plastic bottle I've use is a tesco own brand one...and was seriously poo. Then again I find those cans poo too, even the brand above.... Often stick to luke warm water when deicing in my yard.... fraction of the time too...and cost.. and before anyone says it, no it doesnt crack your screen.


You use car de-icer for pathways? Surely table salt is a cheaper option or a few seconds with a shovel. As for the luke warm water totally agree with that point, anything that is just a bit warmer than how the cold comes out of the tap works wonders, only down side is it freezing on the ground afterwards making the drive a skid pan when you get home.


Lol sorry, car is parked in me back yard... live 'oop norf, so back yard leads into a what was once a cobbled back alley way! I know what you mean with the ice tho, luckily the yard slopes a bit..allowing the water to (usually) flow down to the gutter. I reckon I'd have a pretty good Ice Rink if I tried to de-ice the whole yard with water lol
#5
Lol sorry, car is parked in me back yard... live 'oop norf, so back yard leads into a what was once a cobbled back alley way! I know what you mean with the ice tho, luckily the yard slopes a bit..allowing the water to (usually) flow down to the gutter. I reckon I'd have a pretty good Ice Rink if I tried to de-ice the whole yard with water lol


Ahhh that explains it then. Don't worry I'm sure if we have a winter like we had this year you can probably pay for the de-icer you need by opening up shop as a public ice rink from the sounds of it. Our Apartments shared car park certainly could of done with a few tons of de-icer at some points. Anyone have any good deals on ice skates as it certainly would prove quicker getting to work?
#6
have used many different brands, bottled and sprayed. this is by far the best.
#7
I find the manual pump bottles from poundland pretty good, this is a good price though.

I love my Mondeo in the cold, front screen on, back screen on, heated seat on. Its the way forward.
#8
Definately voting cold. All the snow's gone here now
#9
makersley
Definately voting cold. All the snow's gone here now


Clues in the product name..... 'De - ICEr'
#10
makersley
Definately voting cold. All the snow's gone here now

Its going to be cold through to February with many cold morning starts and frozen windows, doesnt mean you need snow to use this product.
#11
Not much chance of ice either here anymore in Botswana

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