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Prestone Coolant/Antifreeze - Ready to Use 1lt - £3 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Prestone Coolant/Antifreeze - Ready to Use 1lt - £3 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 25th JanEdited by:"tfish"

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Prestone is can be used safely in all cars and light commercial vehicles, and the Ready to Use formula is easy to use - no need to mix it, simply pour in and you're ready to go.

Add to any other colour of coolant/antifreezeMixing coolants which aren’t compatible, or using the wrong one for your car, can cause clogging and damage.
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I’ve got a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Would this mix as a top-up okay with whatever the BMW/MINI garage put in there a couple of years ago?

EDIT - reading reviews it seems this is okay to mix with any other coolant. Unless anyone has had a different experience with this stuff
Edited by: "england1982" 25th Jan
england198225/01/2020 16:11

I’ve got a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Would this mix as a top-up okay with w …I’ve got a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Would this mix as a top-up okay with whatever the BMW/MINI garage put in there a couple of years ago?EDIT - reading reviews it seems this is okay to mix with any other coolant. Unless anyone has had a different experience with this stuff


Iv'e used it and had no troubles.
Have you not had to top up your coolant in a couple of years though?!
england198225/01/2020 16:11

I’ve got a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Would this mix as a top-up okay with w …I’ve got a 2005 Mini Cooper S. Would this mix as a top-up okay with whatever the BMW/MINI garage put in there a couple of years ago?EDIT - reading reviews it seems this is okay to mix with any other coolant. Unless anyone has had a different experience with this stuff


It would be fine, its good stuff used it for years.
Probably420Stoned25/01/2020 16:21

Iv'e used it and had no troubles. Have you not had to top up your coolant …Iv'e used it and had no troubles. Have you not had to top up your coolant in a couple of years though?!


I can’t remember the type/name exactly, but i keep a bottle of stuff in the boot called something like ionised water, de-ionised water or distilled water (I forget the name). Then I pour a bit of that in if the level looks a low when I’m doing monthly fluid level checks. Only cost a couple of quid for a large bottle at Asda. Someone at some point recommended it shortly after getting the system flushed and refilled at the mini/bmw garage.
Good price, op! Paid £4.99 from Screwfix not long ago. Reliable product, recommend.
Ordered, thanks OP
Aldi were selling it a few weeks ago. Brought a couple.
My local aldi still have them.
I was in my local Eurocarparts the other day, I asked him why there were bottles of antifreeze in blue,orange and purple. He told me some had special additives and if you were to mix blue and orange for example it would turn to jelly. My car has blue in it and I have some orange for a previous car, migjt have an experiment in a jam jar to see what happens.
trannyboy25/01/2020 23:18

I was in my local Eurocarparts the other day, I asked him why there were …I was in my local Eurocarparts the other day, I asked him why there were bottles of antifreeze in blue,orange and purple. He told me some had special additives and if you were to mix blue and orange for example it would turn to jelly. My car has blue in it and I have some orange for a previous car, migjt have an experiment in a jam jar to see what happens.


Let us all know the results Just make sure the jam jar is clearly labelled, don't want any accidents with the jam butties!
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