Triple QX 5L Red AntiFreeze Summer Coolant 5 Litre GL12+ Ready Mix £6.29 ebay / carpartssaver - HotUKDeals
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Triple QX 5L Red AntiFreeze Summer Coolant 5 Litre GL12+ Ready Mix £6.29 ebay / carpartssaver

£6.29 @ eBay
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#1
Added merchant.
#2
Remember this is readymix, not concentrate. They have others like purple qx as well that also look cheap until you realise they are ready mix.

Edited By: Proveright on Jan 05, 2017 00:56
#3
Proveright
Remember this is readymix, not concentrate. They have others like purple qx as well that also look cheap until you realise they are ready mix.
Thanks, so does that mean concentrate works out better than ready mix?

Edited By: Lucky88 on Jan 05, 2017 01:07
#4
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
#5
Just top up with neat concentrate, do not dilute it. Peace of mind in the cold weather and in the summer too , protects the engine as can run hotter and protects from corrosion.
#6
gpawan
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
Are we assuming OP item is a 50:50 mix as I can't immediately see it stated anywhere. Just states "winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution" as if it were concentrated?
#7
AndyRoyd
gpawan
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
Are we assuming OP item is a 50:50 mix as I can't immediately see it stated anywhere. Just states "winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution" as if it were concentrated?


My point was that only distilled water should be used if one chooses to buy concentrated version
#8
gpawan
AndyRoyd
gpawan
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
Are we assuming OP item is a 50:50 mix as I can't immediately see it stated anywhere. Just states "winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution" as if it were concentrated?
My point was that only distilled water should be used if one chooses to buy concentrated version
Tap water is fine, been using for over a decade.
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Caution before buying. Product described as 'Ready Mix' which implies the antifreeze solution is pre-diluted with water.
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gpawan
AndyRoyd
gpawan
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
Are we assuming OP item is a 50:50 mix as I can't immediately see it stated anywhere. Just states "winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution" as if it were concentrated?
My point was that only distilled water should be used if one chooses to buy concentrated version
Never known anyone to use distilled water
#11
callum84
gpawan
AndyRoyd
gpawan
I prefer ready mix.
I wouldn't want to mix the concentrated one my self and its a pain keeping 2 of these bottles( 1 distilled and 1 concentrated)
Are we assuming OP item is a 50:50 mix as I can't immediately see it stated anywhere. Just states "winter protection upto -36 C upon dilution" as if it were concentrated?
My point was that only distilled water should be used if one chooses to buy concentrated version
Never known anyone to use distilled water

Agreed. Is poster thinking of Engine Coolant? Tap water is a big no - no for that.

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