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Carplan De-Ionised Water 5L - £2.00 + £4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Carplan De-Ionised Water 5L - £2.00 + £4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 10th Mar

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Seems pretty cheap to have 5 litres of deionised water delivered to your doorstep next day.

almost lowest price ever on camelcamelcamel and cheaper than EuroCarParts, Halfords etc.

for your car, iron or steamer I suppose.
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Rico00710/03/2020 00:04

This was £1.50 a few weeks ago


Nice one i’ll go and charge up my time machine!
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This was £1.50 a few weeks ago
Rico00710/03/2020 00:04

This was £1.50 a few weeks ago


Nice one i’ll go and charge up my time machine!
thanks, i've bought the last 3
phatbear10/03/2020 00:20

Nice one i’ll go and charge up my time machine!


You're welcome
Edited by: "Rico007" 10th Mar
Not a deal as these are £2 in asda 24/7(y)
This was £1.54 when I bought from Amazon last month.
So it seems peculiar to brag about buying the "last 3"
It's often less than £2
Edited by: "Erudite" 10th Mar
Erudite10/03/2020 07:07

This was £1.54 when I bought from Amazon last month. So it seems …This was £1.54 when I bought from Amazon last month. So it seems peculiar to brag about buying the "last 3"It's often less than £2


According to CamelCamelCamel, it's only been under £2 once.

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That'll keep the steam generator iron going for a bit longer. Cheers.
CDR10/03/2020 07:19

According to CamelCamelCamel, it's only been under £2 once.[Image]



As useful as that is, it doesn't take vouchers into account.
phatbear10/03/2020 00:20

Nice one i’ll go and charge up my time machine!


While you're there can you suggest that instead of Corona they could call it the Carlsberg virus, then it will probably be the best virus you'll ever get and the world would settle....
75p in Asda Scunthorpe
£1.50
Asda Crewe
Thanks for posting @CDR

Was about to purchase a couple of 2.5 litre bottles from Tesco for £1.50 each. This is much better value.
Got a non condensing tumble dryer? Empty that water, deionised, free!
BadMF10/03/2020 15:40

Got a non condensing tumble dryer? Empty that water, deionised, free!


Don't you mean a condensing tumble drier?!
I always thought condensing meant the hose pipe out the back, non condensing was with the tank. 🤷🏻
BadMF10/03/2020 16:33

I always thought condensing meant the hose pipe out the back, non …I always thought condensing meant the hose pipe out the back, non condensing was with the tank. 🤷🏻


I thought it was the other way around but I'm no expert so we'll have to wait for someone else to comment!
If you have a dehumidifier......the water there is essentially the same.....and free.
Delbert.Grady10/03/2020 16:43

I thought it was the other way around but I'm no expert so we'll have to …I thought it was the other way around but I'm no expert so we'll have to wait for someone else to comment!


Usually, the two different types of tumble dryer are referred to as being vented or a condenser.

“A condenser tumble dryer collects moisture from your wet clothes in a container, sometimes referred to as a reservoir, which is located within the dryer itself. This tank collects the water and when it’s full you simply have to empty it. Most modern models tell you when the tank is full.

This is beneficial for many people as it means you can place the unit pretty much wherever you like – it doesn’t have to be placed by an external wall.”

appliancecity.co.uk/lau…ce/
cheekster10/03/2020 19:32

Usually, the two different types of tumble dryer are referred to as being …Usually, the two different types of tumble dryer are referred to as being vented or a condenser.“A condenser tumble dryer collects moisture from your wet clothes in a container, sometimes referred to as a reservoir, which is located within the dryer itself. This tank collects the water and when it’s full you simply have to empty it. Most modern models tell you when the tank is full.This is beneficial for many people as it means you can place the unit pretty much wherever you like – it doesn’t have to be placed by an external wall.”https://www.appliancecity.co.uk/laundry/tumble-dryers/condenser-vs-vented-tumble-dryers-whats-difference/


Bear in mind, unless it's filtered, that water is likely to have tiny fibres in it, the little fluff thing you empty out only catches larger stuff.
gazjon10/03/2020 20:25

Bear in mind, unless it's filtered, that water is likely to have tiny …Bear in mind, unless it's filtered, that water is likely to have tiny fibres in it, the little fluff thing you empty out only catches larger stuff.


I have no intension of using water out of a condenser tumble dryer tank in a steam iron or similar. But from the sounds of it some others who posted above might?!

CarPlan De-ionised water at £2 for 5 litres seems affordable enough.
Back at £2 again. (6-May-2020)
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