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Decent deal on a 4 Pack windshield washer fluid. Not as hot as last year's $8.88 that sold out quickly in stores. But for a few cents more per jug, these are currently in stock at many locations and you're ready for winter. https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=5993490859 deal history: 2019 = $8.88 2018 =...
NOTE: In Store Only.Rain X -40 Windshield Washer De Icer 4 pk, or Weatherbeater Wiper Blades $8.88 (ONT) Nov 21-27Might be this, https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=5993490651
What happened to this product? Did they discontinued it?I cant find it in online stores and rainx website
We were at the Walmart in Ottawa (Orleans) this evening and they had the Rain-X Bug and Tag Washer Fluid on clearance for $1.00 each. There was probably 30 or so on the shelf.
Regular price is $13.97. I always keep a couple sets on hand so I'm not scrambling when mine wear out.These are a steel frame. I usually use the hybrid Michelins from Costco but for $8 I grabbed a set of these.
Just saw this in the upcoming Walmart flyer.Amazing price! Stock up for winter! 50% off the regular price. Says it's pre black friday sale. I suspect this will sell out like the sales in the past. Don't wait
Any deals on this product? Thanks
Rain X De-icer Windshield washer fluid 4 pack for $8.88
I saw Rain-X De-icer (Yellow) windshield washer fluid for $2.00 at Walmart in Erin Mills Mississauga.I know some people have good experience with this but I didn't bought any because it leaves a film after cleaning.
Just went into Walmart in Milton and grabbed a few Rainx Weatherbeaters for 13.97 each. Not sure if this is only at that location but it's worth a look. Given the weather, hopefully some find this post useful.
Before I start buying shop supplies like microfiber cloths and gathering dishwasher detergent, newspaper and keeping the car interior as dry as possible by letting cold air in once parked, I would like to know how you keep the inside of your windows from fogging up and needing a/c and demisting the ...
[IMG]http://i208.photobucket.com/albums/bb161/jkwan422/CT01.jpg[/IMG] Already reduced from $4.99 to $2.99 last month or so, this stuff has been further reduced to just $1.99 per 4L jug. The weather in the GTA has warmed up enough that you can start filling your cars with this stuff until late Octobe...