No-Nonsense: 5l Concentrated Screen Wash £4.99 - ScrewFix
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No-Nonsense: 5l Concentrated Screen Wash £4.99 - ScrewFix

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Found 19th Oct
Seeing as winter is coming and the roads are getting dirtier thought this would be relevant. I buy this throughout the year & consider it really good value especially in comparison to the ready mix alternatives. Can make up to 25l in the summer month(s) and keeps your windshield streak free.
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Concentrated vehicle screen wash with anti-smear formula. Use year-round to provide a crystal clear windscreen. Prevents freezing in winter conditions and smoothes wiper blades.

•Removes Grime & Insects
•Makes up 25Ltrs of Screenwash

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Make sure you buy antibacterial screen wash, otherwise black gunge can clog things up, and not covered under warranty.

Gets good reviews, nice spot

Wadadli_Cooler7 m ago

Make sure you buy antibacterial screen wash, otherwise black gunge can …Make sure you buy antibacterial screen wash, otherwise black gunge can clog things up, and not covered under warranty.


I think that's the least of your concerns, recent research by the "health protection agency" links spray from windscreen washer with legionnaires disease!

according to the sellers of... yep you guessed anti-bacterial screenwash

This is it's 'high price' usually 'down to £3.99' when the next catalogue comes out. Screwfix inflate their prices every few months so they can advertise them as lower in the next book. As screenwash goes it's alright but no better than anything else available in this price bracket from other retailers.

Cheaper at euros

lucas3 m ago

Cheaper at euros


Only with a voucher and they hardly ever have any offers on.

360finder15 h, 11 m ago

This is it's 'high price' usually 'down to £3.99' when the next catalogue …This is it's 'high price' usually 'down to £3.99' when the next catalogue comes out. Screwfix inflate their prices every few months so they can advertise them as lower in the next book. As screenwash goes it's alright but no better than anything else available in this price bracket from other retailers.



I think you might be confusing concentrate (this), with ready to use; RTU is usually about this price, concentrate costs a lot more, with little 500ml bottles often priced at £1.99 - £2.50.
YES Screwfix plays the discount game, all the big retailers do, because 90% of consumers are morons*, but what they sell is usually of a higher standard than the tat sold elsewhere.

* Just look at some of the massive upvote/downvote posts and it is obvious.

Gentle_Giant8 h, 17 m ago

I think you might be confusing concentrate (this), with ready to use; RTU …I think you might be confusing concentrate (this), with ready to use; RTU is usually about this price, concentrate costs a lot more, with little 500ml bottles often priced at £1.99 - £2.50.YES Screwfix plays the discount game, all the big retailers do, because 90% of consumers are morons*, but what they sell is usually of a higher standard than the tat sold elsewhere.* Just look at some of the massive upvote/downvote posts and it is obvious.


Don't know where you buy from. I buy Halfords -10 Berry Scented screenwash at £4.99 for five litres. It's better than this stuff.

This will be cheaper in the next catalogue. Stocked high in stores over winter and may even make a pick of the day at around £3.49

terrible price compared to other deals here on HUKD

360finder25 m ago

Don't know where you buy from. I buy Halfords -10 Berry Scented screenwash …Don't know where you buy from. I buy Halfords -10 Berry Scented screenwash at £4.99 for five litres. It's better than this stuff.This will be cheaper in the next catalogue. Stocked high in stores over winter and may even make a pick of the day at around £3.49



I try to avoid fruit flavoured screenwash as I have a small child who might drink it.

I also wouldnt want to use it is summer, as I would worry about a HUGE cloud of wasps following the car everywhere.

Gentle_Giant37 m ago

I try to avoid fruit flavoured screenwash as I have a small child who …I try to avoid fruit flavoured screenwash as I have a small child who might drink it.I also wouldnt want to use it is summer, as I would worry about a HUGE cloud of wasps following the car everywhere.

Yeah. I do find my own small child constantly attached to the car bonnet trying to drink. But seeing as they have very small arms it seems as though they are unable to pull the washer lever and keep their mouth over the sprayers so no issues so far!!

360finder4 h, 57 m ago

Yeah. I do find my own small child constantly attached to the car bonnet …Yeah. I do find my own small child constantly attached to the car bonnet trying to drink. But seeing as they have very small arms it seems as though they are unable to pull the washer lever and keep their mouth over the sprayers so no issues so far!!



Be thankful you dont have MY 4 & 3/4 year old; she is VERY good at problem solving.

14 months she not only figured out how to unlock mums iPhone, but how to make international calls!!

16 months she knew that the old phones were no longer "live" even though I left them on the charger, so they still lit up and made all the right noises.

18 months, she passed her 2 y/o assessments as age 4.

24 months, she not only knew how to use the TV remote to get CBBies, she had figured out how to get youtube on it, and discovered a firefox hotkey combo that deletes all bookmarks and browser history (and she still wont tell me what it is!!).

2 & 1/2, when failing to say "please", she was asked what the magic word was. To which she replied "abra-cadabra!!"

Back to the TV, which is mounted on the wall; she figured out she could just reach the bottom to turn it if she moved the coffee table, then placed her chair on top, then stood on the chair!!

Right now, and I do mean a couple of hours ago; when told she could have one more reading book before bed time, she carefully interleaved the books, so they looked like one book.

But before you think she is a nerd, she is a good swimmer, is interested in archery and is also a pretty decent skier.

Gentle_Giant19 m ago

Be thankful you dont have MY 4 & 3/4 year old; she is VERY good at problem …Be thankful you dont have MY 4 & 3/4 year old; she is VERY good at problem solving.14 months she not only figured out how to unlock mums iPhone, but how to make international calls!!16 months she knew that the old phones were no longer "live" even though I left them on the charger, so they still lit up and made all the right noises.18 months, she passed her 2 y/o assessments as age 4.24 months, she not only knew how to use the TV remote to get CBBies, she had figured out how to get youtube on it, and discovered a firefox hotkey combo that deletes all bookmarks and browser history (and she still wont tell me what it is!!).2 & 1/2, when failing to say "please", she was asked what the magic word was. To which she replied "abra-cadabra!!"Back to the TV, which is mounted on the wall; she figured out she could just reach the bottom to turn it if she moved the coffee table, then placed her chair on top, then stood on the chair!!Right now, and I do mean a couple of hours ago; when told she could have one more reading book before bed time, she carefully interleaved the books, so they looked like one book.But before you think she is a nerd, she is a good swimmer, is interested in archery and is also a pretty decent skier.


My little lad is a crazy fella too. With many of the same points you raise. He's able to run rings around his older brother. Knows and recognises his alphabet, can add and subtract numbers to 10, count to thirty and has the most photographic memory. Recalls things from his infancy that he has absolutely no way of knowing.

So I keep the screenwash well away. In a locked cupboard along with the bleach, caustic soda and paint. Plus it also contains a bitter to taste ingredient for the benefit of children and pets, or parents.

360finder19th Oct

This is it's 'high price' usually 'down to £3.99' when the next catalogue …This is it's 'high price' usually 'down to £3.99' when the next catalogue comes out. Screwfix inflate their prices every few months so they can advertise them as lower in the next book. As screenwash goes it's alright but no better than anything else available in this price bracket from other retailers.



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