CarPlan Oil Drain Can 9L (Euro car parts ebay) £6.44
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CarPlan Oil Drain Can 9L (Euro car parts ebay) £6.44

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Found 22nd Oct 2012
Very cheap compared to what they used to cost.

Carplan Heavy Duty 9 Litre Oil Drain Can Used For Changing your Engine Oil. Service yor car and drop the oil in safety with Carplans Heavy Duty Oil Drainer.

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plus £17.95 delivery to n ireland ..... cold for taking the p?@~ on delivery charges

Thanks cheeky, was just about to orde. Saved me some hassle

good news delivery is now free but it now costs £10.99

No it is £17.95 standard delivery - probably £34 quid delivery then to N.I.

Just use an old sink bowl and pour the drained oil into the oil can vacated by the new oil you poured into your engine via a funnel (or if you're like me you'll have an empty oil can laying around anyway). I have one of these and prefer the old kitchen sink bowl method to using it.

Otherwise the number one preferred method is to use a pella type pump to drain oil via the dip stick. Then you can just pour it straight into the empty oil can with minimal mess. Here's the one I use although I'm sure it was *much* cheaper when I got it. screwfix.com/p/o…663

I got this for £6.44 delivered.

Just use this. Then you can have a cup of tea and a biscuit after!

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GAVINLEWISHUKD

Just use this. Then you can have a cup of tea and a biscuit after! … Just use this. Then you can have a cup of tea and a biscuit after! [img]http://images.mysupermarket.co.uk/Products_1000/49/086349.jpg?1350941253974%20=1350941253974[/img]


Not big enough to hold 5 litres

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I just empty the sump on the floor and power wash it down the drain.

mcfly666

I just empty the sump on the floor and power wash it down the drain.



I drain mine into a bucket then feed the plants with it, they love the stuff
Edited by: "andysterling" 30th Oct 2012

I always change my oil over a grid. saves messing around.

I just bought one, not sure why its expired?

After over 25 years experience of doing oil changes, I do NOT recommend the type of container in the opening post.
Oil should be drained when warm~hot, so more of it drains out of the engine. However, it then tends to flow out quickly, so a container with a bigger opening is better, so it's certain to collect all the oil.
I use a large B&Q gravel tray.
However, the Toolstation product recommended by X20VEV looks near perfect and is cheap, so I'll be getting one of those.:p
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