Redex Vehicle System Cleaner - Diesel and Petrol £2 in Wilko
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Redex Vehicle System Cleaner - Diesel and Petrol £2 in Wilko

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Found 2nd May
Redex System Cleaner - 2 Shot Bottle reduced to £2 in Wilkinson's. Meaning £1 a time, for that money worth using it in each tank.

RRP - £4

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Just ordered, thanks.

Links leads to wilkinson estate agents..

debatable if this stuff even works really

Good price but I ended up replacing the injectors after using it on an old clio 1.5tdci

Also £2 in Tesco

shubyz

Links leads to wilkinson estate agents..



Link still going to estate agents!

Just Went Tesco and said £2 on shelves and charged me £6. I think it may be petrol redex only at tescos so watch out

shubyz

Just Went Tesco and said £2 on shelves and charged me £6. I think it may b … Just Went Tesco and said £2 on shelves and charged me £6. I think it may be petrol redex only at tescos so watch out


So you went to CS and claimed the DTD leaving you in profit of £2 result

used this at Easter on 2 old cars (20 yrs old) - & they both immediately became much more lively

luvsadealdealdeal

used this at Easter on 2 old cars (20 yrs old) - & they both immediately … used this at Easter on 2 old cars (20 yrs old) - & they both immediately became much more lively


Yes but did their performance improve?

jasee

Yes but did their performance improve?



it's not something we measure, they are both old cars owned from new and basically kept as cheap motoring at our place abroad

they presumably became a bit better at burning petrol and possibly more efficient, possibly not

they handled as if they were 10 yrs younger, better acceleration, cleaner action in responsiveness, they didn't smell of horrible fumes as much

This stuff always makes me laugh with such melancholy. Me and my mate had just got into motorbikes and sucked down all the nonsense about stuff that makes them go faster and Redex came up and we got some and I was pouring it into my petrol tank and shooting it into the carburetor with a syringe while wailing on the throttle with it on the stand in my garden and my neighbour (who was probably in his 50s but we thought over 100 at the time because we were teeners) came screeching out of his house at pensioner pace swinging a spatula (that's fish slice to you weirdos) saying I was making his house like a 'gas chamber'. I'm genuinely crying with laughter over it now but actually feel bad because we were kids and thought everyone else was wrong about everything.

Suzuki A-100 if you need to know, and it was amazing. Bought it for £27 because it wasn't working and had sat in a shed for years and basically had a gunked up carb. A quick poke with a bit of wire through all the inlets and a jiggle of the venturi and the guy who sold it to me looked sick as a pig. Rahhhh!!

luvsadealdealdeal

it's not something we measure, they are both old cars owned from new and … it's not something we measure, they are both old cars owned from new and basically kept as cheap motoring at our place abroadthey presumably became a bit better at burning petrol and possibly more efficient, possibly notthey handled as if they were 10 yrs younger, better acceleration, cleaner action in responsiveness, they didn't smell of horrible fumes as much



my BMW got another 2 yrs MOT out of it

In the case of petrol cars.. doesn't this stuff essentially increase the octane rating of fuel to give the potential benefits? And therefore wouldn't using super/premium unleaded do the same job? Which you could get from Sainsbury's or Tesco for 5p/l additional cost making it roughly the same (normal full) price as this? Based upon a 45 litre tank it would be an extra £2.25 a tank.
I'm curious is anyone can tell me the difference between using this type of product now and then vs using premium fuel all the time and using both together. I've read that most premium fuels require usage of at least 4000-6000 miles on a petrol car before any real 'cleaning' occurs and before any potential mpg improvements would be made.
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