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[Princess Auto] 15 Litre Oil Drain Pan $9.99

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Toronto

[Princess Auto] [Princess Auto] 15 Litre Oil Drain Pan $9.99

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Lowest its been is $7.99 I believe here princess-auto-15-litre-oil-drain-pan-7-99-2372361/.

But still a great deal. Great deal for doing your own oil changes. In stock online with free shipping over $50.

Update:
Deal is dead, but according to a poster you can still get it for the price by talking to CS. YMMV
SunshineTax wrote: This sale has ended. Fortunately their customer service is awesome and they were able to sell it to me today at the same price though!
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Sep 18, 2019
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it's literally a must tool for doing own oil change

i tried with kitty litter from dollarama, it works but its so painful to pour with funnel and clean it up, this one just pour and play into the old container
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Jan 14, 2014
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Toronto
Thanks op... looks way better than the crappy one I got from crappy tire
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Apr 23, 2005
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Nice, not many oil changes you can't tackle with 15L. I'm not sure what the capacity on on the one I have now, but it barely holds all the oil from my truck. The pouring spout will be a nice change too.
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Dec 14, 2011
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None in stock at the Richmond Hill location, one of the sale associates created an order for me though which is basically a rain check
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Jun 25, 2004
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Pickering, ON
Picked one up a while back at regular price. Went back to PA and they gave me a price adjustment.

I love their policies.
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Dec 22, 2013
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Just did an Oil change few minutes ago. Had the pot bought from Parts Source. Can carry 5 Litres but gets full up to the brim risking a spill. So bought this one as well for in store pick up. Will come in handy with the next oil change.
Thanks OP.
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Jan 3, 2008
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Winnipeg
Owned this for a few years. Works perfectly. Highly recommended.
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Jan 29, 2003
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They should make it lighter colour or white, so it's easier to see the condition of the oil and all the contaminants.
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Dec 2, 2005
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GTA
How to clean it afterward since it is open? Or you don't lol.
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Feb 26, 2014
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Toronto
rambokid wrote: How to clean it afterward since it is open? Or you don't lol.
I never clean mine lol
I don't think you really can anyways because it's illegal to pour oil down the drain.
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Aug 8, 2019
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If anyone is looking for one you can PM the same pan at Canadian Tire. I managed to do it at the Bolton location..
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May 23, 2015
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rambokid wrote: How to clean it afterward since it is open? Or you don't lol.
Use brake clean, and pour the mixture back in the used oil container
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Nov 26, 2003
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Ottawa
Not sure if others do this method. I always took a garbage bag to line my pan then cut the corner off to pour it back into an empty jug. Throw out the bag and done. Pan is clean and oil is contained.
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Jul 6, 2014
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Nepean, ON
rambokid wrote: How to clean it afterward since it is open? Or you don't lol.
After pouring used oil back to the oil jar, I use brake cleaner to spray the pan while the spout still in the jar, and all going back to the jar. It leaves a pretty clean oil pan.

Keep your protection gear on while you are spraying brake cleaner.
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Dec 12, 2009
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kooblu wrote: They should make it lighter colour or white, so it's easier to see the condition of the oil and all the contaminants.
Should not be a problem to pour some oil into a clear container. I clean mine by wiping with a paper towel. That shows me if there is any debris in the pan.
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Mar 21, 2002
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Good capacity but the pan height could cause a clearance problem with some cars. Anyone noticed this?

As far as cleaning the pan after emptying your oil there's no reason to do so. I just pour the oil out into an empty jug and then just put it away with the residue for next time with a cover over it.
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amsoil wrote: After pouring used oil back to the oil jar, I use brake cleaner to spray the pan while the spout still in the jar, and all going back to the jar. It leaves a pretty clean oil pan.

Keep your protection gear on while you are spraying brake cleaner.
Not sure about other provinces but in BC, when l recycle the oil, the guy urged and warned me not to mix anything otherwise big fine. So double check your province recycling oil guidelines

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