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CarPlan DIW250 De-Ionised Water £1.15

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Amazon Add On item.... De-ionized water is produced by passing feed water over an ion-exchange medium, which electrolytically removes charged contaminants and exchanges them for hydrogen ions and h… Read More
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De-ionized water is produced by passing feed water over an ion-exchange medium, which electrolytically removes charged contaminants and exchanges them for hydrogen ions and hydroxyl ions, which combine to produce water.
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1 Like #1
Is it for car windscreen wiper? Where do you use this 'de-ionised' water?

I have always put the normal tap water into my car.
3 Likes #2
It's used for car battery and domestic irons.
#3
Is it suitable for mixing with coolant for car radiators?

I see the Amazon blurb-monkeys are at it again.
According to the technical details for this product, you'll need to buy lithium batteries to be able to use it.

Edited By: quidstretchy on Oct 14, 2016 10:37
#4
[quote=quidstretchy]Is it suitable for mixing with coolant for car radiators?

Normal tap water is fine for topping up car radiators, unless you live in a very 'Hard' water area. This is for topping up car batteries (unless maintenance free type) and for use in steam irons.
Because it is 'de-ionised' it doesnt cause 'furring' (That white/gray crap around the filling cap or nozzle)



Edited By: heada on Oct 14, 2016 10:58
#5
Just refilled my Sierra XR4x4 cooling system after stripping , repairing and repainting the engine back to Ford original colours and replacing the 30 year old radiator.
The premixed coolant that was on offer the other week that I used comes with deionised water in it so yes it's for radiators as well as batteries
I also bought some deionised water to mix if needed to top the cooling system up and for the battery before the winter weather sets in.
What size is this bottle?.


Edited By: buckmr2 on Oct 14, 2016 12:46
#6
buckmr2
Just refilled my Sierra XR4x4 cooling system after stripping , repairing and repainting the engine back to Ford original colours and replacing the 30 year old radiator.
The premixed coolant that was on offer the other week that I used comes with deionised water in it so yes it's for radiators as well as batteries
I also bought some deionised water to mix if needed to top the cooling system up and for the battery before the winter weather sets in.
What size is this bottle?.



2-5 litres
#7
Might be worth adding that "important" information to the title.

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