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Carplan De-Ionised Water 5L £1.50 (Prime) / £5.99 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Carplan De-Ionised Water 5L £1.50 (Prime) / £5.99 (non Prime) at Amazon

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  • Treated to remove most of the corrosive impurities present in untreated water, CarPlan De-Ionised water is not only ideal for use in vehicle batteries and radiators, but also many domestic appliances including steam irons
  • Use in vehicle batteries and radiators
  • Prevents furring and scale formation
  • Suitable for household appliances including steam irons
  • It helps prevent furring and scale formation which, over time, could cause damage.
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Assuming the contents isn't Peckham Spring tap water (has anybody external to Carplan actually tested the alleged 'de-ionised' condition of the water?) then £1.50 for 5 litres is a no-brainer.
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Assuming the contents isn't Peckham Spring tap water (has anybody external to Carplan actually tested the alleged 'de-ionised' condition of the water?) then £1.50 for 5 litres is a no-brainer.
Great price thanks. Ordered. I use mine to keep my iron like new.
Excellent find thank you. Bought 4.
Can anyone suggest anything I can add to this to make my own 'vaporesse' ironing water? Can I simply add some essential oils to it such as lavender or eucalyptus?
"It helps prevent furring and scale formation."
Ok, so if I use it to shower it, I'll hopefully live longer (slow down my furring & scale formation!).
Have to give it a go
I ordered 5 last time it was on offer, they messed up my delivery and gave me a £5 credit.
So only cost me £0.50p each.
Great for steam cleaners
It doesn't taste very good, no tasty ions 😔
Top spot, perfect for screenwash concentrate
I ordered this the other day and for some reason instead of a cap I got a pump
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Seen this on ASDA's website for the same price. Rolled back from £2.00. 2.5l is also £1.50
I just use the condensate from the tumble dryer.
Thanks ordered 4 usually get from tesco for £1 but a lot smaller
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Strange water.
This stuff went down well with my venus fly trap
The_Name_With_No_Man06/02/2020 20:15

I just use the condensate from the tumble dryer.


This has been mentioned before. To which some people have replied there are traces of lint in the water which damages your iron over time. I take it you've had no problems?
Why didn't it go hot when I posted it ???
The_Name_With_No_Man06/02/2020 20:15

I just use the condensate from the tumble dryer.


Does this really work? That's incredibly resourceful
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII07/02/2020 10:32

Does this really work? That's incredibly resourceful


I imagine there'd be plenty of microplastics in there which aren't ideal to put in your iron.
herrbz07/02/2020 12:48

I imagine there'd be plenty of microplastics in there which aren't ideal …I imagine there'd be plenty of microplastics in there which aren't ideal to put in your iron.


Depends what you’re washing I guess. So
Long as you keep polyester out you’ll be fine
Was same price in Asda recently
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