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Car Wiper Blades only 99p instore @ Poundstretcher, Merthyr Tydfil (Wales)
Posted 15th MayPosted 15th MayLocalLocal
Car Wiper Blades are only 99p at Poundstretchers Merthyr Tydfil probably national .. yes i know they cheap budget ones but handy as spare or get car through MOT if money is tight Read more

It may be worth having one in the boot in case an emergency repair is needed short term.


The old Poundland wiper blades that used plastic frames were terrible. Hopefully these are significantly better. Some of the worst blades I've purchased in recent years were the Michelin brand sold by Aldi.


The problem with some of the cheaper ones is that the fixings and clips are sometimes no good and it’s quite dangerous if the wiper blade becomes dislodged whilst in use also potentially causing damage to your windscreen.


All that good advice yet still people vote hot! (confused)


One purchase that definitely comes under the buy cheap buy twice . Stick with Bosch, vaelo, champion and will last . You can clean the rubber with vinegar every now and then to remove grease + grime. These will split in no time.

Optima Headlight Wipe Restoration Kit Now £2.99 Free click & collect / delivery bis £3.95 or Free with £15 spwdm @ EuroCarParts
Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Optima Headlight Wipe Restoration Kit Was £14.50 Now £2.99 Free click & collect Delivery is £3.95 or Free with £15 spend Optima Headlight Wipe Restoration KitOptima H… Read more

Yeah of course. Not too bad a deal if it works. T-Cut is definitely messier :)


Great advice as always regarding the number of failures due to insufficient light. Takes no time to do either this method or t-cut / cutting polish. Why wouldn't you make sure you and other road users are safe. (y)


This does work out cheaper than a bottle of T-Cut but appreciate the T-Cut will last far longer and have more uses or you may already have a bottle. I know this is a bit niche I just thought this kit might save a failed MOT in some cases as I had recently seen a few threads in discussions about highlights and MOT's


I usually just do this with with some T- Cut. In theory you should restore the UV protection layer after this, but I found the fix lasts so long it's not worth worrying about headlight haze coming back.

10x Neolux H7 (477) Single Bulb - 55w 2 Pin £5.40 delivered @ Car Parts 4 Less
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Neolux H7 (477) Single Bulb - 55w 2 Pin | Car Parts 4 Less 10 bulbs for £15.40 or £1.54 each if you can buy with other parts to get the free delivery. I use these for all of my p… Read more

It's the mods that keep changing it sorry


You've listed it as £5.40


Be aware that you will be changing these bulbs 3 times a year. Good value if you don't mind the quality.

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Philips 12V H4 WhiteVision ultra +60% Brighter Upgrade - twin pack - £1.99 + Free click and collect / £3.95 Delivery @ Euro Car Parts
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Philips 12V H4 WhiteVision ultra +60% Brighter Upgrade - twin pack Philips WhiteVision ultra is designed for drivers who are looking for an upgrade with the style and appearance o… Read more

+100% bulbs are often on offer in Lidl for £4.99 a pair.


Will this blind other drivers?


I always find that these are dimmer than normal warm bulbs. I actually think they are filtering light out, they look good. But functionally I don’t think you can see as well as standard colour bulbs. HID’s are a different matter.


Cheers. Purchased. Good find. Thank you


Mk7 use H7 bulbs.

Triple QX Nano Engine Super Protection £1.89 with code + Free C&C Selected Stores @ Euro Car Parts
Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Made in Germany TRIPLE QX Nano Engine Super Protection. Can be used in engines/gearbox /axle. FREE DELIVERY when you spend £15 😁

I'll keep that in mind when mine fails. It gets used for about 7 oil changes on family cars per year & is now 12 yrs old. I seem to remember it was about half the price of the Pela when I bought it, but if the same price the Pela looks a bit easier to use & store. You're quite right about the pouring (y)


I had that one before it unfortunately gave up after ten years of service. I find the Pela 6000 is better in a few ways. Especially when pouring out the oil used oil back to the can, ready to take down my local recycling centre...


I use on of these... Has more than paid for itself over the years & comes with various diameter pipes for different dipstick sizes.


Thanks will grab one in and do the in between service myself as labour rates seem to have gone was a fiver to one of the lads back in the day for an oil change....

TokyoGhoul I've used a few different ones in my time. The one above seems to be a copy of the one I've linked below. These are the best ones I've used over many years