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Tesco instore 5L Ready to Use Screenwash £1.50 Buy 1 Get 1 Free

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Found 5L Ready to Use Screenwash for £1.50 in Tesco then the worker said its BOGOF. So 10L Screenwash for £1.50, not bad. Not sure if this is nationwide Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Found 5L Ready to Use Screenwash for £1.50 in Tesco then the worker said its BOGOF.
So 10L Screenwash for £1.50, not bad.
Not sure if this is nationwide

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fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue? I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.


It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.

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1 Like #1
great deal... great post
1 Like #2
Found in Tesco Aberystwyth, Wales
1 Like #3
Heat added
3 Likes #4
It's ok, especially now we're in the summer and chances of freezing are slim. The biggest issues with ready mixed screen wash are in the winter as the ready mixed have quite a high ratio of water in them. The best screen wash I have found is Lidl Concentrate. Goes down to something stupid like -50 C (Depending on concentrate). 10 litres is not even 2 fills for my Octavia (as it takes a massive 5.5 litres having headlight washers also). A good deal though I reckon.
1 Like #5
https://youtu.be/0eRhWT4fYmk Swap toilet duck for Tesco Screenwash lol
1 Like #6
not at our Tesco Alfreton
#7
Heat for the deal but it was 36c here in the south of France.8).
#8
Has anyone actually managed to get any? 758°! oO
1 Like #9
One shop deal ! (and I doubt even that, unless OP can post receipt)
Nowhere in the UK available at this price...

Edited By: Rimi on Jun 12, 2017 08:16:
3 Likes #10
neilcaldwell
It's ok, especially now we're in the summer and chances of freezing are slim. The biggest issues with ready mixed screen wash are in the winter as the ready mixed have quite a high ratio of water in them. The best screen wash I have found is Lidl Concentrate. Goes down to something stupid like -50 C (Depending on concentrate). 10 litres is not even 2 fills for my Octavia (as it takes a massive 5.5 litres having headlight washers also). A good deal though I reckon.


I never understand people buying ready mix instead of concentrate. All that packaging, transportation cost, need to re-purchase more often with associated costs...
2 Likes #11
neilcaldwell
It's ok, especially now we're in the summer and chances of freezing are slim. The biggest issues with ready mixed screen wash are in the winter as the ready mixed have quite a high ratio of water in them. The best screen wash I have found is Lidl Concentrate. Goes down to something stupid like -50 C (Depending on concentrate). 10 litres is not even 2 fills for my Octavia (as it takes a massive 5.5 litres having headlight washers also). A good deal though I reckon.

The Lidl stuff is unbelievably good. -60 it goes down to. I live in Scotland and I've still got a third of a bottle left I bought about 4 years ago. I bought a bottle of cheap stuff one summer and use the bottle to mix the Lidl stuff to about 1:10 ratio in summer and 1:5 or so in Winter. Never failed.
1 Like #12
Why does screenwash always have to be blue?
I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.
7 Likes #13
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue? I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.


It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.
4 Likes #14
nitro228
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.


That's not how it works. The people that make it will still sell it in the EU, so it'll still be blue, because who will bother making a UK only version? The only difference is we won't be able to vote on the legislation that affects the colour of our screenwash
#15
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue? I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.

Prestone Screenwash is yellow.
#16
It doesn't - just the most common/cheapest version is blue.
Halfords do various flavours/colours. There was an offer on here with Euro Car Parts for Bubblegum scented screenwash which was pink quite recently... outside my local Shell garage they have purple 'berry scented'.

See: http://www.halfords.com/motoring/engine-oils-fluids/screenwash-de-icer/halfords--20-ready-mixed-screenwash-5l-citrus


fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue?
I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.


Edited By: stek2010 on Jun 12, 2017 10:04
3 Likes #17
Utter nonsense.

nitro228
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.
1 Like #18
Picked one for my mom, great price, thanks op.
1 Like #19
fazzy-bhoy
The Lidl stuff is unbelievably good. -60 it goes down to. I live in Scotland and I've still got a third of a bottle left I bought about 4 years ago. I bought a bottle of cheap stuff one summer and use the bottle to mix the Lidl stuff to about 1:10 ratio in summer and 1:5 or so in Winter. Never failed.


Need to keep an eye out in Lidl for it when it comes back in stock this winter. I thought they'd be putting in the Irn-Bru to stop that freezing in Scotland mate!
3 Likes #20
Rimi
Prestone Screenwash is yellow.


Somehow yellow streaks down my white car seems even worse....
#21
-5 this stuff is 95% water
#22
thanks folks.

might try my own mix of vinegar and water and a spoonful of soap.
2 Likes #23
BogBeast
Somehow yellow streaks down my white car seems even worse....

Stop moaning.... Buy Sonax Nano Pro, it has no colour at all and small 250ml bottle makes 25l of screen wash. This is what I am using and never change it for something else.
#24
Lidl
Re: Availability of Screenwash
Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding the above item.
Unfortunately this item is not available in our stores at the moment and I am unable to provide a specific date for its return. I am hopeful that this will be available in the future. In the meantime, I have passed your interest in this item to our Buying Department for their information.
Thank you again for contacting us.
Yours sincerely,
For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
From a post on MSE seems to indicate this may not be returning!
#25
Good price, picked up a few of the 2.5L concentrate bottles for 75p each from Tesco recently, that was too good to pass up!
#26
Rimi
BogBeast
Somehow yellow streaks down my white car seems even worse....
Stop moaning.... Buy Sonax Nano Pro, it has no colour at all and small 250ml bottle makes 25l of screen wash. This is what I am using and never change it for something else.

think that might be "250ml makes 2.5 litres"?
#28
national?
hot from me
#29

Pity it's not suitable for winter use!
1 Like #31
06rodste
Found in Tesco Aberystwyth, Wales

I have called that Tesco and manager said they never ever had or have this offer..so somebody just looking for heat here...
#32
I bought one back in April from Tesco Harrow at regular price and tried to get rid of it ever since.
The only thing good about it that it has some bitter substance in it to prevent drinking by children.
Other than that it's really just scaly coloured water. All it does it leaves some white-blue scale on the noozles.
It's so weak that it doesn't evaporate and drops stay on the screen even after wiping. It looks like water and it doesn't even smell!
It's just like the cheap crap that car hire companies use.
I have never had worse in 10 years in this country and will never buy that crap again.
Freezing cold. You should be paid to use this.
1 Like #33
Rimi
06rodste
Found in Tesco Aberystwyth, Wales
I have called that Tesco and manager said they never ever had or have this offer..so somebody just looking for heat here...
I phoned too, it was hard to understand the bloke I think he said something like Llanwewdseewewrlowstocknowboyo
#34
stek2010
Utter nonsense.
nitro228
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue?
I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.
EU or that screen wash is regulated by the EU?
#35
fazzy-bhoy

The Lidl stuff is unbelievably good.
I don't believe you
#36
nitro228
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue? I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.

notsosure
nitro228
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.
That's not how it works. The people that make it will still sell it in the EU, so it'll still be blue, because who will bother making a UK only version? The only difference is we won't be able to vote on the legislation that affects the colour of our screenwash
We could not vote on the EU regulation either.Only the MEPs could.
#37
Nope it's £2.75 in Lichfield, no offer here
#38
That screenwash is regulated by the EU.

afroylnt
stek2010
Utter nonsense.
nitro228
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue?
I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.
EU or that screen wash is regulated by the EU?
1 Like #39
No offer round here. I would never buy ready mixed. Just add water to concentrated and get more. I bought five of Halfraud's Berry concentrate (love the smell!) when it was reduced about a year or more back to just over a couple quid (+ vouchers I had, made it a giveaway). Still got four 5 litres left!
No good buying unless it's reduced. Usually it's a fiver or more for 5L.

Oh no, they really have a top deal at the minute... oO
Bloody hell, 1p off. SAVE A PENNY!!!! No wonder they're called Halfrauds! :D
http://www.halfords.com/motoring/engine-oils-fluids/screenwash-de-icer/halfords--10-concentrate-screenwash-5l-berry
#40
nitro228
fazzy-bhoy
Why does screenwash always have to be blue? I've got a white car and, when I've been "skooshing" my windscreen, I get blue streaks down the paintwork. Never noticed before on my two previous cars that were both black.
It has to be blue as it's regulated by the EU. Give it 18 months and you'll be able to get whatever colour you want.

Good! I look forward to Union Jack coloured screenwash and buying it by the gallon.

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