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Car Windscreen Cover £1.99 @ Aldi
Car Windscreen Cover £1.99 @ Aldi

Car Windscreen Cover £1.99 @ Aldi

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£1.99 for this is a decent offer, it has to be better than mucking about first thing in the morning with scrapers,Deicer, hot water and jug! then arriving late for work? then just lie it flat under your boot space when not needed.

A must buy for our tragic winters.

Just to save anyone a wasted trip, this is part of their Thursday deals so is available from Thursday 7th Nov.
- Blasphemous

60 Comments

I'm glad my RS has heated windscreen. Lol.

Its part of the specials from Thursday 7th if anyone wants to know, might have to get 1, hate scraping the ice off the screen.

good value tho personally just use warm water, then squeegee it to stop it refreezing.

Frosty windows destroy ur wipers blades too but dunno if I cud be bothered putting a cover on an off everyday

damien29

Frosty windows destroy ur wipers blades too but dunno if I cud be … Frosty windows destroy ur wipers blades too but dunno if I cud be bothered putting a cover on an off everyday

I use 1, 1 minute at night saves 5 mins in a morning. Good find.

There was me thinking it was special insurance for the windscreen...

Your not going to be able to see where you're going.........Cold.

You still need to scrape the ice off the side windows as this only covers the windscreen, be better using an old bed sheet or blanket as they would be big enough to cover the side front windows

I see loads of people near to where I live, scraping their windscreens, whilst stood next to their storage area, AKA as their Garage.

OldEnglish

Your not going to be able to see where you're going.........Cold.



You're*

garybolton

I see loads of people near to where I live, scraping their windscreens, … I see loads of people near to where I live, scraping their windscreens, whilst stood next to their storage area, AKA as their Garage.



Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only good for motorbikes. Its about time house builders woke up, and built garages to accommodate cars, and for you to be able to open the doors of the car whilst in there.

Thehulkster699

I'm glad my RS has heated windscreen. Lol.



Thehulkster699

I'm glad my RS has heated windscreen. Lol.



I wish!

gordies

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Newer naaaw newer naaaw spelling police on the prowl.

Mark NS

Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only … Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only good for motorbikes. Its about time house builders woke up, and built garages to accommodate cars, and for you to be able to open the doors of the car whilst in there.



It can be tiring climbing through the boot.

Thehulkster699

I'm glad my RS has heated windscreen. Lol.


csb

Still have to do the rest of the windows or the police can pull you over. Still handy and hot!

Good idea but can never be bothered to stand in the cold and put it on!

These are better than the usual cheap nylon covers you get at this price, as they don't stick to the screen the same when damp! I bought one from Aldi last year and it made a real difference on the really cold days. Be careful though, the flaps aren't very robust... at least not if you try to lift the cover off while one of the flaps is still inside the car door

I hate having to also deal with ice inside the car too, just wish I had a garage and a covered parking space at the station but this'll help a lot.

Would it be good to keep the beating sun out of the car on those rare summer days when the steering wheel is uncomfortably hot?

Spikeyhair

Would it be good to keep the beating sun out of the car on those rare … Would it be good to keep the beating sun out of the car on those rare summer days when the steering wheel is uncomfortably hot?



Well it's temperature resistant from -20° to 50°c degrees so I assume so.

mac_d

These are better than the usual cheap nylon covers you get at this price, … These are better than the usual cheap nylon covers you get at this price, as they don't stick to the screen the same when damp! I bought one from Aldi last year and it made a real difference on the really cold days. Be careful though, the flaps aren't very robust... at least not if you try to lift the cover off while one of the flaps is still inside the car door



Totally agree with everyting you say - bought hubby one for a stocking filler xmas pressie last year - he said it was brilliant - and even made me mend it after he ripped it the same way as you! I shall be replacing it for him this year.....

We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I reckon...

I normally just start the car go back inside brush my tats and what not and when I go back to the car the windows are clear and the car is toasty warm

I use a pre-deicer (aka frost preventive spray). Spray it on when you park up and when you return there's just water on your screen.



Mark NS

Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only … Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only good for motorbikes. Its about time house builders woke up, and built garages to accommodate cars, and for you to be able to open the doors of the car whilst in there.



They are where I live, 2 bedrooms homes built above 3 garages, should be big enough for 1 or 2 cars.

Thehulkster699

I'm glad my RS has heated windscreen. Lol.



Nice of you to get a little name-drop of your Audi in there, we're all really impressed ;).

666FU

I normally just start the car go back inside brush my tats and what not … I normally just start the car go back inside brush my tats and what not and when I go back to the car the windows are clear and the car is toasty warm


Great idea !!! That will save your insurance company a few grand when they refuse to pay out for a car theft ...Idiot !!!

Blasphemous

We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I … We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I reckon...



Really? I thought they were predicting a very cold one this time. Then again, they often get there long range predictions wrong.

Which in fact was way I bought one from Lidl on Thursday for £2.99. No Aldi where I live.
Edited by: "xenophon" 3rd Nov 2013

666FU

I normally just start the car go back inside brush my tats and what not … I normally just start the car go back inside brush my tats and what not and when I go back to the car the windows are clear and the car is toasty warm



The environment called, it wants- no, wait, never mind, it's dead.

TyrantJB

Nice of you to get a little name-drop of your Audi in there, we're all … Nice of you to get a little name-drop of your Audi in there, we're all really impressed ;).



You mean his Ford?

cubed

You mean his Ford?



Haha, just what I was thinking. Ford has heated windscreen technology patented so he was refering to a Ford. Someone needs to chill out

illy1965

You still need to scrape the ice off the side windows as this only covers … You still need to scrape the ice off the side windows as this only covers the windscreen, be better using an old bed sheet or blanket as they would be big enough to cover the side front windows



but that will mean you will have a soaking wet sheet in your boot. this cant be done everyday.

Blasphemous

We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I … We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I reckon...



Yeah the gritter lorry I saw earlier this evening, was just out for lolz.

Blasphemous

We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I … We're not going to need these this year, we're in for an Indian winter I reckon...

about time cos there is plenty of them here

I use a an old curtain, its big so covers my driver and front passenger windows too.

It looks well Street!

hot water on an icy windscreen, no one surely does that, do they?

Mark NS

Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only … Have you tried getting a modern car into a UK sized garage? They're only good for motorbikes. Its about time house builders woke up, and built garages to accommodate cars, and for you to be able to open the doors of the car whilst in there.



spot, never understand why garages are so narrow

CookinBat

good value tho personally just use warm water, then squeegee it to stop … good value tho personally just use warm water, then squeegee it to stop it refreezing.



warm water - are you mad - you are lucky not have damaged your windscreen

What damaged windscreen?
I've been doing that for years on every single vehicle I've ever owned and I can honestly say I've never cracked or damaged a windscreen
Even those ones with stone chips in
This winter I'll be doing the same.
Great tip about using the squeegee though
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