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Carplan De-Ionised Water 2.5L 55p @ Tesco instore

£0.55 @ Tesco
Found in Tesco this morning but also online was £1.15 Read More
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Found in Tesco this morning but also online was £1.15
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#1
What do you do with it?
#2
MCGONIS
What do you do with it?


You can use it instead of tap water when ironing, it stops calcification. It can also be used to make up coolant for a car's engine for the same reason.
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MCGONIS
What do you do with it?


As @Flyer01 has already mentioned, this type of product is essential for ironing if you live in a hard water area.
#4
If this turns out to be a wild goose chase, try £1.60 for 5 litres delivered free in the UK at Euro Car Parts - use code SALE30 for this price. Product code 553771620.
#5
Flyer01
MCGONIS
What do you do with it?
You can use it instead of tap water when ironing, it stops calcification. It can also be used to make up coolant for a car's engine for the same reason.

Any other uses? bought a dehumidifier and it churns out cup fulls each day. so far iron seems to be the only use. how about as screen-wash in the car?
#6
Seen it in store this morning, must be national (Wishaw, Scotland)
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prav86
Flyer01
MCGONIS
What do you do with it?
You can use it instead of tap water when ironing, it stops calcification. It can also be used to make up coolant for a car's engine for the same reason.
Any other uses? bought a dehumidifier and it churns out cup fulls each day. so far iron seems to be the only use. how about as screen-wash in the car?
It's fine for that, coolant (as mentioned), battery top ups (if it's old enough), and washing your delicates - pretty much anything you'd use normal water for. Doesn't make the best drink though...
#8
that's not bad at all, I found it for £1 at Sainsbury's

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