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YMMV Rain-X ClearView De-Icer Windshield Washer Fluid 3.74L - $1.43

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  • Dec 8th, 2022 6:49 pm
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In the greater montreal area, only in St Jerome
HOW CAN I BE GOING BROKE WHEN I'M SAVING SO MUCH MONEY!?
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Nev0513 wrote: This doesn't apply to all vehicles, just the Euro cars. I been using this on my Japanese vehicles for years and no issues. I recommend this and only this to my non-Euro car friends as I find this to be the best for de-icing and water repellant.
Germans just need excuses, class actions should be brought against them for this - I've changed dozens of windshield washer pumps on my BMWs and once on my Merc. Not once on a Lexus or Toyota, though they were much older.
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vpasla1 wrote: If you look at the chart on the back, to get -31 degrees Celsius freezing point (-25 Fahrenheit), you need 8 oz of concentrate, to 12 oz of water, so half that bottle makes 591mL (20 oz). As a result, the full bottle would just make 40 oz, or 1.18 L.

So for the winter, unless you're paying $1.00 for that concentrated bottle, you're really not saving anything. The website says about $7 USD for the bottle, so you'd be looking at over $21 USD per bottle of washer fluid.


Even for -3 degrees Celsius freezing point (26 degrees Fahrenheit), you would only get a total of 256oz (64oz x 4), which is only 7.57L, or two jugs of regular washer fluid. So about $3.50 USD per bottle of washer fluid.
Good call on that. The website way exaggerated the cost effectiveness. They did say "up to" to cover themselves, and that might work in California.
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LOL love this comment. I'll use the windshield washer fluid to stop the fire

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