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[Walmart] Rain X -40C Windshield Washer De Icer 4 pk, or Weatherbeater Wiper Blades $8.88 (Nation wide) Nov 21-27

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Is the UPC #30338120? I can't seem to find it anywhere on stocktrack. Will Walmart bring these in for sale on the 21st?
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amsoil wrote: You mean the windshield fluid level sensor?

If just rain sensor, probably not a big deal, between a clear windshield and the car itself can turns on wipers if it's raining, I'll choose a clear windshield.
Yup. I meant fluid sensor. I wasn't getting warning when it was almost empty. You also don't have to use rainx for a clear windshield but to each their own.
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FrugalConsumer wrote: Is the UPC #30338120? I can't seem to find it anywhere on stocktrack. Will Walmart bring these in for sale on the 21st?
Yeah it's a special ordered item I believe, it's in a white box with a unique UPC. It's different than just grabbing a box of 4 of the Rain-X.
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mkaymakci wrote: Where do you get the Bosch blades for cheap?
I actually got mine at Costco about two years ago, was on sale.
Need to get new ones next year once Winter is over, hopefully there'll be a sale somewhere before then.
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alanbrenton wrote: Actually, maybe you are following the car ahead of you too closely. :)
Winnipeg has 2 slush seasons. Right before winter, and just before spring. They last a decent amount of time. It's not exactly a very clean city either. Doesn't really matter how close or far you drive. Muck is thrown up all over the place. Drive too close, you get sprayed. Drive a decent distance, someone slips in and you get sprayed. Someone drives past you, you get sprayed from their lane. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
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didnt got a chance to get this deal for past 2 years, this year is my turn! :twisted:
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Caerus wrote: Winnipeg has 2 slush seasons. Right before winter, and just before spring. They last a decent amount of time. It's not exactly a very clean city either. Doesn't really matter how close or far you drive. Muck is thrown up all over the place. Drive too close, you get sprayed. Drive a decent distance, someone slips in and you get sprayed. Someone drives past you, you get sprayed from their lane. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes
Sounds like fun haha. Keep safe.

Is it true that hybrid vehicles like Toyota's don't need block heaters during winter there?

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-d ... le4349090/
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alanbrenton wrote: Sounds like fun haha. Keep safe.

Is it true that hybrid vehicles like Toyota's don't need block heaters during winter there?

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-d ... le4349090/
I couldn't tell you. I believe Manitoba might be the only province that requires block heaters to be preinstalled. Sometimes dealerships will try and charge a block heater installation fee when buying a vehicle, and you can argue to have that fee removed. If they disagree, walk them outside and ask them to pop the hood. Almost always, one will already be installed from the factory.

Not sure how it applies to hybrids though.
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I was at Home Depot this weekend and saw the Rain X winter stuff was a different colour this time. Instead of yellow or orange, it was purple. I wonder if this is new stock, or some sort of alternate product. I still have a bunch of the yellow stuff from last year, so didn't grab it.
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Last year Wallys put rain-x on sale for $1.88 a jug per box of 4 in early Dec. I stopped in on the way home and it was a crazy mayhem American style purchase frenzy. People were filling carts as high as they could, stashing full carts in other isles and getting their kids to provide security. Most likely people buying to sell at their crappy service center for $8 a jug. I laughed at it all with an employee who just told me to go grab 4 single jugs priced at $7 each and request an adjustment at the register which they did.
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peepthetoad wrote: Sorry for being off topic.
Is this Washer fluid okay to use in winter? It says all season but rated to be -40. I saw a lot if winter washer are rate to be only -40 too
https://www.homedepot.ca/product/turbo- ... 1000146609
I have used it in the past with no issue. Sometimes Rona or Lowe's has it on sale for $1.99 and you can PM at HD for $1.79 each.
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dassub wrote: I was at Home Depot this weekend and saw the Rain X winter stuff was a different colour this time. Instead of yellow or orange, it was purple. I wonder if this is new stock, or some sort of alternate product. I still have a bunch of the yellow stuff from last year, so didn't grab it.
Yellow, orange, purple, blue color. Doesn't matter what color the fluid is, it's just the dye color the manufacturer uses. . As long as the label on the jug say -45C WW fluid, you're good to go.
I've used blue, yellow, purple -40C WW fluid, and they all worked the same.
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