carplan de-ionised water £0.30 at asda
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carplan de-ionised water £0.30 at asda

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Found 9th Mar 2013
2.5 litre
was £1.19
leeds harehills branch
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28 Comments

Pretty sure this will do jack all.

DappaDonDave

Pretty sure this will do jack all.



Pretty sure you are wrong!


Been needing some of this for my water cooling loop!

Thanks for putting it up

three quids worth should be enough to wash my car.....when it stops raining!

alexfn

Pretty sure you are wrong!Been needing some of this for my water cooling … Pretty sure you are wrong!Been needing some of this for my water cooling loop! Thanks for putting it up



Never had a problem with tap water here in the north west

Tried some of this once and it had a nasty aftertaste. Cold.

It's for topping up your battery - when did you last have a battery that you could top up?

Works well in steam irons too! oO

Is this the same as distilled water that is often used for chemistry experiments?

Complete waste of time. Tap water does the trick.

Mubs

Is this the same as distilled water that is often used for chemistry … Is this the same as distilled water that is often used for chemistry experiments?



Yeah

tomwatts

Yeah



To be super **** about it - distilled water has been boiled and re-condensed whilst deionized water uses an ion exchange process to remove salts like sodium and calcium. Distillation is the better technique for chemical purity but is both costly and time consuming.

Also, its 2am on Sunday morning. I should be out drinking. I need both help and friends.

davidhird485

To be super **** about it - distilled water has been boiled and … To be super **** about it - distilled water has been boiled and re-condensed whilst deionized water uses an ion exchange process to remove salts like sodium and calcium. Distillation is the better technique for chemical purity but is both costly and time consuming.:D



Considering the question asked, I presumed giving the simple answer was easier. For all intents and purposes, short of requiring pure h20, this will do the job in the same way

davidhird485

Also, its 2am on Sunday morning. I should be out drinking. I need both … Also, its 2am on Sunday morning. I should be out drinking. I need both help and friends.



I was out earlier, now watching the cricket... Hello fellow nerd!

tomwatts

Considering the question asked, I presumed giving the simple answer was … Considering the question asked, I presumed giving the simple answer was easier. For all intents and purposes, short of requiring pure h20, this will do the job in the same way



Why not get some ultra pure H2O - veritable bargain at Sigma - £815 for 25 mL

Great for topping up the batteries in my G-Wiz electric car. I hope I can find this at my local asda.

Deionised water is good in your iron it stops it getting clogged up with limescale

DappaDonDave

Never had a problem with tap water here in the north west



The water in the North West is very 'soft' so you can get away with it there, whereas if you were to go to for example, North Yorkshire, the water is very 'hard' there - You end up with a lot of calcium/limescale deposits and crap floating around after a while. Not just in your car either, kettles always fur up, etc. It sounds daft, but those Brita Filter things actually make a difference in places like North Yorks!
Edited by: "Getafix" 10th Mar 2013

Use this to clean the tv screen, doesn't leave any marks when it dries.

Cold, I use the water out of my condenser dryer for free

This is much cheaper than I can buy 25 litres at trade prices

de-ionised water is used in car cooling systems,battery top ups and some people use it wash cars as it leaves no residue behind unlike some tap water. The clues in the name CARplan.

You need to use distilled water in steam irons and steam mops, proplem is I cannot find any one stocking it locally. Any one have any ideas?

Sounds like this might be good for my vax steam mop also - been using iron water - like vapores but its pretty expensive....

Good price but of you have dehumidifier just use the water from that instead

as people have said, bottle your condenser drier and dehumidifier water, and use that in your irons/steam mops/cars. so much cheaper.

Great on toast.

as a window cleaner that uses the reach and wash system, i use the water that i purify using reverse osmosis. i have 1000litres of the stuff in a tank outside my house

This is cheap.

i vote this hot as i use this in my generator iron for my ironing jobs its £1.25 in tescos stops all the scale build up and brown crap comming out the iron
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