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CARPLAN - SUPER DE-ICER 600ML - £0.99 + VAT (£1.19 inc VAT) CPC

£0.99 @ CPC Farnell
Minimum order for delivery £5 The time of the year when de-icer's price goes up to £2 - £3 each ... That seems to be cheap comparing to Tesco, Halfords or Eurocarparts Alternatively £1.49 for 7…
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Minimum order for delivery £5

The time of the year when de-icer's price goes up to £2 - £3 each ...
That seems to be cheap comparing to Tesco, Halfords or Eurocarparts

Alternatively £1.49 for 750ml No Nonsense De-Icer 750ml at Screwfix
http://www.screwfix.com/p/no-nonsense-de-icer-750ml/49419
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#1
That price is excluding VAT and there is a minimum order of £5 excluding VAT for free delivery. But this is a decent price.
#2
Thanks. Updated.
1 Like #3
the squirty bottle I find is better (not so cold to handle on a winter morning)
#4
catalogue number is CP0184713, £0.99 + VAT (same price as OP)
#5
You can get these in poundland
#6
certainly need it at the moment8)
#7
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)
1 Like #8
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)

or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
#9
also seen in poundland... I guess this is a good deal for anyone without a poundland close....
#10
coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)

or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
And freeze solid as soon as you drive off.
#11
qbs
coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)
or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
And freeze solid as soon as you drive off.

Wipe blades are your friend (_;)

Always use de icer myself, can't always get water unless you are parked outside your house... At the price of bottled water it is generally cheaper too!
#12
jonesinamillion
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coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)
or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
And freeze solid as soon as you drive off.

Wipe blades are your friend (_;)

Always use de icer myself, can't always get water unless you are parked outside your house... At the price of bottled water it is generally cheaper too!
And your wiper blades will freeze to the windscreen.
#13
qbs
jonesinamillion
qbs
coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)
or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
And freeze solid as soon as you drive off.
Wipe blades are your friend (_;)
Always use de icer myself, can't always get water unless you are parked outside your house... At the price of bottled water it is generally cheaper too!
And your wiper blades will freeze to the windscreen.

Not from my experience.

1 Pour water on to screen.
2 Ice melts almost instantly.
3 Turn wipers on straight away to remove ice / water / slush mixture.
4 Enjoy clear, unobstructed view of road ahead from comfort of drivers seat.
#14
jonesinamillion
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jonesinamillion
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coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)
or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows
And freeze solid as soon as you drive off.
Wipe blades are your friend (_;)
Always use de icer myself, can't always get water unless you are parked outside your house... At the price of bottled water it is generally cheaper too!
And your wiper blades will freeze to the windscreen.

Not from my experience.

1 Pour water on to screen.
2 Ice melts almost instantly.
3 Turn wipers on straight away to remove ice / water / slush mixture.
4 Enjoy clear, unobstructed view of road ahead from comfort of drivers seat.
Try telling that to the idiot who did exactly that, then drove of and within 50 metres, had drifted across the road and drove into the front of my car which was parked outside my house.
1. Pour water on to screen
2. Surface ice may melt
3 Turn wipers on straight away
4 Thin layer on windscreen will freeze almost instantly. Wipers will stiffen in ice carcass. Blades will be ruined by scraping ice.
5 Get out scraper and remove more ice than you started with.

I gave up using deicers because they tended to leave a film that froze until I could get enough heat onto the windscreen to clear it. You must live in the tropics.
#15
Possibly because I predominantly use de-icer my blades will remain in good condition and thus remove any residual water before it can freeze. Wiper blades are generally neglected by many drivers such as other menial maintenance tasks... Tyre pressure, topping up all levels, light bulbs...


Using quality screen wash is also a massive plus in the winter months.
#16
Guys, just add 20 tablespoons of salt to your water and it'll do the same plus has the added benefit of ruining your glass :D
#17
99p foam handled ice scrapper from, well basically everywhere!
Does a better job, never runs out, doesn't ruin your paint/wipers and kinder to the environment!
#18
coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)

or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows

It would have to be above freezing, otherwise you'd pour ice onto your screen :-P
#19
jonspurs
coerce86
jonspurs
Save your money and use warm water instead - not boiling water. Before people start crying that it would crack your screen, just google it up...people been doing it for years without problem...actually that reminds me, I need to re-gas my plasma tv ;-)

or use cold water, as long as it's above freezing it'll defrost your windows

It would have to be above freezing, otherwise you'd pour ice onto your screen :-P

Water can still be liquid below freezing point :p

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