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Rain X -40C De-icer Windshield Washer Fluid 4 Pack $9.77

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[Walmart] Rain X -40C De-icer Windshield Washer Fluid 4 Pack $9.77

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.

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deal history:
2019 = $8.88
2018 = $7.98
2017 = $8.88
Last edited by kryjathic on Oct 6th, 2020 9:30 am, edited 3 times in total.
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Thank OP. Will have to pick some up on my next trip to walmart :)
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Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

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I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.
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cashinstinct wrote: Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

—-

I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.
You forgot the

It's not 4K.. pass
French/English Keyboard.. pass

joking aside.. I know it's not for everyone... but I've been using this for years in all the cars we owned and never had issues :)
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cashinstinct wrote: Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

—-

I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.

Oh the rain-X "streaks too much for my car" as well.
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cashinstinct wrote: Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

—-

I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.
I always visit RainX threads expecting this copy/pasted. I chuckle every time.
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Aurora has plenty, sign says$4.98 each, scanned the case of 4 for$9.77 thanks op.
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cashinstinct wrote: Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

—-

I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.
Too expensive. Need the $0.02 deal
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I just picked up the 4 pack of -45 from Costco for $11 or $12. Not Rain-X brand though.
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Doh. I got 4 pack @ Canadian Tire for $13.99
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Gah! Recently bought the reflex allseason fluid 4-pack at ~$12 a few weeks ago at CT. Guess I should have waited.
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Off to Wal-Mart I go. The Honda Clarity literally drinks them because of the bad wiper design.
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fermata27 wrote: Gah! Recently bought the reflex allseason fluid 4-pack at ~$12 a few weeks ago at CT. Guess I should have waited.
Yeah I should have waited.... but gonna get a case, why not
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Sky432 wrote: Got 3
Considering we almost can't leave the house and that it will not get any better..sounds like a solid buy Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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cashinstinct wrote: Rain X destroys my car / sensors
Does not destroy my car / sensors

Rain X is junk
Is great

Rain X is too expensive
Is a bargain

Rain X was cheaper before
Is a good deal, no time machine !

What about Costco ?

—-

I got the thread covered :)
Thanks for sharing deal.
nounou23 wrote: You forgot the

It's not 4K.. pass
French/English Keyboard.. pass

joking aside.. I know it's not for everyone... but I've been using this for years in all the cars we owned and never had issues :)
I priced the ingredients out on pcpartpicker and it's cheaper to brew your own
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Sky432 wrote: Got 3
Use them for car washing? ;)
Do they expire? I got a one case from Costco years ago, but then the dealership gave one bottle for free on each maintenance of one car, I just finished them early this year. Even without those, my guesstimate is one bottle is good for two cars for almost one year.
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Zephyr22b wrote: I priced the ingredients out on pcpartpicker and it's cheaper to brew your own
I used to refill a windshield bottle with water and blue kool-aid without the sugar.... nobody could tell the difference.

Also I would get Kool-aid points from the packets.

But I cannot find those little packets of kool-aid anymore.. :(
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Going to be my first winter with a car here.
How quickly do these things run out; i.e. how many jugs are needed a season?

What’s the difference between this and the small Rain-X bottles you apply on your windshield/windows for beading to happen? Do I need both?

Thanks in advance for the schooling!

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