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De-icer spray bottle 75p @ Asda
De-icer spray bottle 75p @ Asda

De-icer spray bottle 75p @ Asda

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at the front of the store, they had a fair few stock of de-icer for 75p!!!
not sure what size the bottle is but it looked a good price to pay though!

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trigger or metal tin?

hate the metal tins they get so cold it's like picking up ice. at least the trigger bottles are plastic so isn't that bad

either way good price so +heat
Edited by: "scorpweb" 5th Dec 2010

I know what you mean about the cold but I think the answer's in the word, 'bottle'

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scorpweb

trigger or metal tin?hate the metal tins they get so cold it's like … trigger or metal tin?hate the metal tins they get so cold it's like picking up ice. at least the trigger bottles are plastic so isn't that badeither way good price so +heat



Picked up two of the trigger ones for £2 @ Asda yesterday (Pudsey)
These are also available in Poundland.
They are a different make but same bottle and same manufacturer address on the reverse.

Original Poster

it was the trigger ones

These deicers barely work. It take one full can to just do front windscreen. Total waste of money.

Just get a car with heated windscreen... simples, 1 minute and all the ice has gone.

Or alternatively, you could just spend a couple of minutes scraping the windscreen and save yourself the money.

curt889

it was the trigger ones



cheers will pop in tomorow and grab one to be safe

Doods1875

Or alternatively, you could just spend a couple of minutes scraping the … Or alternatively, you could just spend a couple of minutes scraping the windscreen and save yourself the money.



u'd have to be VERY cheap to do that. on average i'll get through 1 1/2 bottles per winter so normally £2 max it's not a lot to be thinking of alternatives tbh

scorpweb

u'd have to be VERY cheap to do that. on average i'll get through 1 1/2 … u'd have to be VERY cheap to do that. on average i'll get through 1 1/2 bottles per winter so normally £2 max it's not a lot to be thinking of alternatives tbh



Yes, because it's really difficult to scrape your windscreen, isn't it?

And I think you'll find that if you use this rubbish, you'd barely get two days out of the bottle in the current inclement weather.


Good old Tesco had their standard de-icer cans at £2 last week (rip off enough) and magically now that the snow's down this week they're £2.50.

Can't resist a nice price gouge, some people ..

Doods1875

Or alternatively, you could just spend a couple of minutes scraping the … Or alternatively, you could just spend a couple of minutes scraping the windscreen and save yourself the money.



Or copy half the drivers on the road and do neither! But it'll be someone else's fault when they have an accident - probably the government's!

Mine was a bottle of slush this morning and it had been sitting INSIDE the front door overnight; only down to minus five outside. Manufacturers are clearly diluting this kind of stuff as far as they think they can get away with and it just doesn't work. Mine is CarPlan but bought a while back - does it go off (ie active ingredient evaporate)?

De-icer just isn't as good as it used to be now. Pre-icer works great though.

Still 2 for £2 or £1.50 each in Asda aintree, so cold from me!

Is it a myth or are de-icer sprays bad for paintwork?

I use a good old scrape. Does the job perfect :-)

"Yes, because it's really difficult to scrape your windscreen, isn't it?"

Sarcasm doesn't become you, besides it has more uses than that. Where I live you need it to defrost your windscreen washer nozzles and if they freeze up again you use it as emergency windscreen cleaner with your arm stuck out the window pulling the trigger furiously,
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