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Posted 1 June 2023

Redex AdBlue 10L £19.98 + Free Click & Collect @ Toolstation

£19.98£20.472% off
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Redex AdBlue 10L

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If you've got a modern diesel car, Redex AdBlue can help to keep it running smoothly. The mixture of urea and deionised water is used in vehicles with a selective catalytic reduction converter, where it's injected into the exhaust system in precise doses. It will slash harmful NOx emissions by up to 80%, which is great for the environment and keeps your vehicle up to scratch in meeting Euro 6 emissions standards.

You can carry Redex AdBlue in your boot for when you see a warning light on your dashboard, ensuring you don't get caught short and find yourself unable to start the car. The bottle features a secure opening and locking system that prevents spillages and odours. It comes with a hose attachment that makes topping it up simple. The easy-pour solution is ISO 22241-1-compliant, so you know it won't damage your SCR catalyst.

• Easy-pour spout and hose attachment for simple top-ups

• Reduces NOx emissions by up to 80%

• Secure opening and locking prevents spills and odours

• Easy to keep in the boot of your vehicle for when you need it

• Non-toxic and colourless

• ISO22241-1 compliant
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  1. Ukguy101's avatar
    Maybe I'm missing something, but why would you buy a car where you have to keep adding this?
    PaulandPam's avatar
    Modern diesel engines use this to help gain ultra low emission, I'm not even sure if you can still buy a new diesel vehicle that doesn't require this.
    My 2 year old Diesel Tucson has done 12,000 miles and I've only needed to put about 11 Litres in and it's back on reading full tank so not really a big expense. (edited)
  2. scrubber's avatar
    £20 for a watered down bottle of psssh! Someone's extracting the urine.
  3. g8ryj's avatar
    Many petrol station sell it by the pump, like normal fuel and it's a 1/4 of this price. (edited)
    Jiwani80's avatar
    1/4th is around £5 for 10l, that's not possible....
  4. xtrem3x's avatar
    £21 for 20L delivered on eBay so there is no way £20 for 10L is a good deal lol
  5. Sunrayho's avatar
    Wot - 2% discount! Come on Red, you're not on a 'Toolstation commission' quest are you?

    P.S. I'll give you heat just for the blatant cheek of it (edited)
  6. StewartBarker's avatar
    Just tried my local shell garage and it was 34.99 for 10L !!! Mental. It’s 10 quid for 4 litres in tesco and I thought that was bad (edited)
  7. paulde2007's avatar
    This has happened about 100x now. I comment the message that others have too. Then antix comes along and comments. I embarras him and suddenly the comment gets removed.

    Easy solution antix... don't troll ny posts and then run off and report them as you don't like being proven to be wrong
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