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Ace Hardware.com has 1-Gallon Peak Deicer w/ Rain-Off Winter Formula Windshield Wash (PKN0I3) on sale for $2.49 - Extra $1.50 (savings applied in cart) = $0.99. Select free in-store pickup only if stock permits. Thanks rsvpd
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Removes road grime and bugs in the Summer. Rain Off additive helps repel and sheet rain away from your windshield. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Ace Hardware has 1 Gallon Peak® Deicer with Rain-Off™ Premium Windshield Wash​ [acehardware.com](PKN0I3) for $0.99 & 1 Gallon Peak Bug Cleaner Windshield Wash [acehardware.com] (PBN0K3) [in-store & online, free in-store pickup] on sale for $0.99.

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Last Edited by rsvpd January 5, 2018 at 08:36 PM
De-icer now avail online for in-store pickup

http://www.acehardware.com/produc...d=85082296
  • Product Type: De-Icer with Rain Off
  • Application: Windshield Rain Off, De-Icer, De-Icer
  • Deicing Temperature Equivalent: -25 deg. F
  • Deices during the toughest winter driving conditions
  • Rain Off additive helps repel rain, sleet, snow and ice
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
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I've never seen a system that wasn't designed from the factory to accommodate frozen fluid. In my 20 years of cars all I've ever seen needed when dealing with frozen fluid was to warm up the car, suck it out and then refill with winter rated fluid.
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Thanks, I saw this deal on the window and grabbed 2 today. They also have ACE pleated furnace filters @ buy 2 get 1 free. I also got to use 25% because it's my birth month.
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Thanks, I saw this deal on the window and grabbed 2 today. They also have ACE pleated furnace filters @ buy 2 get 1 free. I also got to use 25% because it's my birth month.
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
I've never seen a system that wasn't designed from the factory to accommodate frozen fluid. In my 20 years of cars all I've ever seen needed when dealing with frozen fluid was to warm up the car, suck it out and then refill with winter rated fluid.
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I stocked up on this stuff when they ran this promo last year, I still have several gallons left.
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Strange, but I can't find the deicer on their website.
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A deicer that you need to use for above freezing temperatures... Right.... That's water.

I second the don't use rain off rainx stuff unless you want that refill light to never go off. Mercedes swapped out my whole reservoir... Luckily for my wallet it was while under warranty
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I've never seen a system that wasn't designed from the factory to accommodate frozen fluid. In my 20 years of cars all I've ever seen needed when dealing with frozen fluid was to warm up the car, suck it out and then refill with winter rated fluid.
Back in the 50's & 60's there GM had a triangular glass "Optikleen" bottle to hold the washer fluid - those would break when frozen - Perhaps the poster has not updated his vehicle yet? (The glass was later updated to plastic to avoid the issue).
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Thanks ordered two. Hopefully they will be in stock.
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
This is only for newer cars with sensor. Older cars with no washer fluid sensor (you know, when you squirt and there's nothing comes out) then you're fine.
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
Are you referring to the stuff in the OP or just generally saying?
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(you know, when you squirt and there's nothing comes out)
The Guys on Maury wish that would happen to them.
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I'd stay away from any rain off or rainx type additive for the sake of your pumps and sensors. There was a class action a couple of years ago dunno what became of it. But the stuff corrodes or gums up the sensors and pumps on certain cars. Safer to use the blue stuff or the bug cleaner.

edit. hmm seams the bug cleaner also lists rain off. and is only effective over 32 degrees. pass on that too if it freezes youre out of luck when it expands and breaks tubing or motors.
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A deicer that you need to use for above freezing temperatures... Right.... That's water.

I second the don't use rain off rainx stuff unless you want that refill light to never go off. Mercedes swapped out my whole reservoir... Luckily for my wallet it was while under warranty
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Are you referring to the stuff in the OP or just generally saying?
I remember reading about that class action last year when I was looking through one of these deal threads for washer fluid. I think it was specifically RainX that was being sued but maybe the stuff used in other brands that is similar can have the same effect. I think it was just certain cars that it was affecting (I know Mercedes was one of them) if I remember correctly.

I used to use the RainX orange looking stuff in my previous vehicle but stopped using it and haven't used it since getting a new vehicle last year.
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