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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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Jan 25, 2008
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Laval
Get Aquapel and apply...use regular -40 windshield washer liquid...no stress in fear of sensor mulfunctioning

Aquapel last 6 months...under 10$ on ebay (shipping included)
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Apr 21, 2009
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derrickrose wrote: Will they install the wiper blades?
Idk what kinda car you have but it usually takes like 2 minute to swap wiper blades in the last 3 cars I've owned
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Aug 22, 2011
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BengaliPrince wrote: Idk what kinda car you have but it usually takes like 2 minute to swap wiper blades in the last 3 cars I've owned
2mins the 2nd time around, as the first time can take hours and that's with several "experts" trying to help.
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mtlmonk wrote: Get Aquapel and apply...use regular -40 windshield washer liquid...no stress in fear of sensor mulfunctioning

Aquapel last 6 months...under 10$ on ebay (shipping included)
Aquapel doesn't help to melt frost build up...for the lazy drivers who doesn't want to scrape.
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Feb 28, 2008
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Canada
tdotojnf wrote: Any reviews on the wiper blades? How do they compare to the ones sold at Costco? Thanks!
cyphon21 wrote: Interested to know this as well.
The Costco ones have a plastic cover over all the metal frame so it may be a bit better in preventing ice frozen frames.

Haven't found anything that lasts longer than 2 winters though.
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Feb 1, 2018
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Doesn't appear in the flyer for the GVA. or if it does then I'm not seeing it and I've looked multiple times.
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Milton
mtlmonk wrote: Get Aquapel and apply...use regular -40 windshield washer liquid...no stress in fear of sensor mulfunctioning

Aquapel last 6 months...under 10$ on ebay (shipping included)
Never tried this product before and now that I looked at it seems quite interesting. From your personal experience does it work good? Im buying 6 of them to try out i figured for 2 bucks each cant go wrong i suppose
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KC29 wrote: Never tried this product before and now that I looked at it seems quite interesting. From your personal experience does it work good? Im buying 6 of them to try out i figured for 2 bucks each cant go wrong i suppose

i heard those ones on ebay (China) are fake and could ruin your wipers
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Jan 25, 2008
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Laval
Buying from a seller in QC and feedback seems legit
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Jan 25, 2008
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Laval
KC29 wrote: Never tried this product before and now that I looked at it seems quite interesting. From your personal experience does it work good? Im buying 6 of them to try out i figured for 2 bucks each cant go wrong i suppose
Aquapel helps with water / ice beading on the windshield...so in theory...easier to wipe away snow / ice...application is super easy amd should last the season.
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Jan 25, 2008
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Laval
KC29 wrote: Never tried this product before and now that I looked at it seems quite interesting. From your personal experience does it work good? Im buying 6 of them to try out i figured for 2 bucks each cant go wrong i suppose
At 2$ a piece...seller in China...then there is a possibility it is fake

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