Online & in-store - Redex diesel half-price £2 @ Tesco (from today 01/02/2018)
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Online & in-store - Redex diesel half-price £2 @ Tesco (from today 01/02/2018)

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Found 31st JanEdited by:"deleted1391139"
Redex Diesel

Add it to your Groceries order? The car will thank you.

No idea if Redex petrol is included.

Also both £2 @ Wilko.
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Tiptop spot & even better at half price!
this or

Esso/ BP/ Shell superfuels

or save my money?
sowotsdis7 m ago

this orEsso/ BP/ Shell superfuelsor save my money?


Better save your money! None of them really works-tried and tested hundreds of times by many different companies.
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sowotsdis43 m ago

this orEsso/ BP/ Shell superfuelsor save my money?


both strategies (Redex/ superfuel with additives) work pretty well on older vehicles - clean the fuel injectors

also good for zipping up petrol lawnmowers (the petrol Redex! )

you can just fill up with (say) 10 litres of superfuel when you're on empty or put in a quarter shot of Redex when you are on a quarter tank - works pretty much as well at zipping things up as going for full tanks

then you can just switch back to supermarket fuels for a few weeks/ months
This stuff in the petrol version is good for old lawnmowers and generators but not much good in today's cars imo
I've used them all from Millers to Archoil 6400/6500. I would prefer to use Shell V-Power fuels as higher octane with 25% more additives than other fuels. But at the end of the day it's horses for courses
I buy it now and again, more of a feel good factor. That and the car goes an extra 50mph top end
Snake oil.
TokyoGhoul1 h, 35 m ago

I've used them all from Millers to Archoil 6400/6500. I would prefer to …I've used them all from Millers to Archoil 6400/6500. I would prefer to use Shell V-Power fuels as higher octane with 25% more additives than other fuels. But at the end of the day it's horses for courses


Higher Octane won't do you any good unless your car is designed to use/need it.
I'm not looking for gains with mileage or performance I'd just like to think its doing some good to clean the car engine. What other options do we have? I'd scrub it manually if I could!
Niz15 m ago

I'm not looking for gains with mileage or performance I'd just like to …I'm not looking for gains with mileage or performance I'd just like to think its doing some good to clean the car engine. What other options do we have? I'd scrub it manually if I could!


How often do engines actually need cleaning though? if used properly.

This stuff works like those plastic seat covers they used to put on your car when they serviced it... it makes the car feel better to drive after a service.. All in the head of course
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spannerzone8 m ago

How often do engines actually need cleaning though? if used properly.



No idea, I just find that I've not had any breakdowns or any issues. I service on time, get everything that needs doing done, just like to keep the car in good nick even if it costs. I know people say supermarket fuels are the same and so did I. But I genuinely get less mileage from Tesco, Asda and even Esso, on top of that my acceleration was worse for the life of me can't explain it, I use BP/shell and no probs, I'd take this (on offer) over using BP Ultimate which is 10p more per litre!
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spannerzone7 h, 17 m ago

How often do engines actually need cleaning though? if used properly.This …How often do engines actually need cleaning though? if used properly.This stuff works like those plastic seat covers they used to put on your car when they serviced it... it makes the car feel better to drive after a service.. All in the head of course


Spanner - how old are your cars? If you're driving anything under 5 years, you're not going to notice much except a smoother drive & better fuel consumption.

Once you get into the realms of 15+ years old - I've got 3 cars 21+ years - you really notice the performance improvement as years of gunk is removed from the important part of the engine esp fuel injectors.I suggest that it's progressive for any car 7+ years (and an obvious benefit).

But as said above, a schedule of Redex alternated with occasional Premium fuels with additives then supermarket fuels will be all you need to do, so no need to do it every tank
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Spanner - how old are your cars? If you're driving anything under 5 years, …Spanner - how old are your cars? If you're driving anything under 5 years, you're not going to notice much except a smoother drive & better fuel consumption.Once you get into the realms of 15+ years old - I've got 3 cars 21+ years - you really notice the performance improvement as years of gunk is removed from the important part of the engine esp fuel injectors.I suggest that it's progressive for any car 7+ years (and an obvious benefit).But as said above, a schedule of Redex alternated with occasional Premium fuels with additives then supermarket fuels will be all you need to do, so no need to do it every tank


I usually have a car for up to 10 years and have had petrol and diesel and not had issues , fortunately. However I can see your point about older cars and have no experience as I'm fortunate enough to have something quite new right now. In the very distant past, 25 years ago, I had some old bangers and never found this stuff did much for them but I didn't do any real scientific tests. And they were older cars like Opel Manta, Astra Mk2 etc. Still at £2 a bottle it's hardly a big outlay and if you do find any improvement then I guess can't hurt.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 1st Feb
Proven to work on 5th gear.
Besford15 h, 40 m ago

Snake oil.



Surely that is illegal - - cruelty to snakes? - - They only get 2cc of oil out of each small boa constrictor, (or 6cc from a really large one) - but that involves an industrial press to get the last drop out apparently.
There is an oil company doing research in Brazil that reckons they have discovered a way to get python oil without harming the creatures - which sounds hopeful, - although they need to be kept in grass lined cages in order to siphon the material whilst the snakes are resting.

#snakesinthegrass
#siphonthepython
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Rimi20 h, 50 m ago

Better save your money! None of them really works-tried and tested …Better save your money! None of them really works-tried and tested hundreds of times by many different companies.


Totally agree!
Mine is a performance car- GT4. So I use a 99Ron fuel as that's what it was designed to run on. I always run the Mrs car on V~Power derv as she gets more mpg out of the tank. I used Archoil 6400 in the fuel and I couldn't believe the amount of grey carbon gunk that came out of the exhaust.

Another product that I've used that works is BG244 for diesels and BG44K for petrol! So you can see that I really have used them all! Even low ash mineral 2 stroke lawnmower oil in the diesel. That works well to...

I think for me it's more about keeping the internal parts of the engine it the best condition you can! Rather than getting more mpg. That's why my car gets Millers 10-50 triple ester nanotechnology oil with MANN filters.

Oil and fuels are the life bloods of your vehicle! You wouldn't expect to keep healthy if you had a diet of chips and burgers everyday now would you?
Edited by: "TokyoGhoul" 1st Feb
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TokyoGhoul1 h, 35 m ago

Mine is a performance car- GT4. So I use a 99Ron fuel as that's what it …Mine is a performance car- GT4. So I use a 99Ron fuel as that's what it was designed to run on. I always run the Mrs car on V~Power derv as she gets more mpg out of the tank. I used Archoil 6400 in the fuel and I couldn't believe the amount of grey carbon gunk that came out of the exhaust. Another product that I've used that works is BG244 for diesels and BG44K for petrol! So you can see that I really have used them all! Even low ash mineral 2 stroke lawnmower oil in the diesel. That works well to...I think for me it's more about keeping the internal parts of the engine it the best condition you can! Rather than getting more mpg. That's why my car gets Millers 10-50 triple ester nanotechnology oil with MANN filters. Oil and fuels are the life bloods of your vehicle! You wouldn't expect to keep healthy if you had a diet of chips and burgers everyday now would you?


cheers - might give some of those a whiz
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den1698 h, 26 m ago

Proven to work on 5th gear.[Video]


All the proof you need!

1. Redex
2. Oil & filter change
3. Spark plugs/ spark plugs leads change

They restored old banger to nearly new Brake Horsepower rating

Redex was the biggest single improvement - and the cheapest

For £1 a shot, you'd be crazy not to give it a go & see what results it gives you, no need to be more scientific than answer the before & after question: 'does it drive better/ smoother/ more powerfully? Yes/ no'
Mine is a performance car- GT4. So I use a 99Ron fuel as that's what it was designed to run on. I always run the Mrs car on V~Power derv as she gets more mpg out of the tank. I used Archoil 6400 in the fuel and I couldn't believe the amount of grey carbon gunk that came out of the exhaust.

Another product that I've used that works is BG244 for diesels and BG44K for petrol! So you can see that I really have used them all! Even low ash mineral 2 stroke lawnmower oil in the diesel. That works well to...

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