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Home Depot has Krystal Kleer 1-Gallon Windshield Washer Fluid on sale for $0.98. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks rsvpd

Note, availability for in-store pickup will vary by location and may be limited. Intended for use in temperatures as low as -20°F.
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Krystal Kleer 1 Gal. Windshield Washer Fluid [homedepot.com] $0.98 w/ Free In-Store Pickup

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can help clean your windshield in temperatures as low as -20°F. The all season formula can be used in most vehicles.
  • Cleans windshields
  • Safe for use in most vehicles
  • Intended for use in temperatures as low as -20°F
  • All-season formula
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Usually at this price regularly at 99 Cents store
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I live in upstate NY and run blue -20 stuff in all three of my vehicles, it will be well below zero each winter multiple times and I never have an issue.
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Great deal!!! You Can never have enough of this stuff in the winter. Thanks.
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Reviews say not good to -20. Freezes. Pass.
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Reviews say not good to -20. Freezes. Pass.
Yes. All the regular stuff freezes when it gets that cold.
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Reviews say not good to -20. Freezes. Pass.
That may be a regional and time dependent review. Depending on the area, it could be better or worse. I'd actually check to see what the bottle says before passing.
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Usually at this price regularly at 99 Cents store
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Very good price (just bought bottle at Walmart for maybe $1.78 or so). Repped.
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used a LOT when lived in Minneapolis. In Dallas... a bottle lasts a long time. Honestly I have always tried to find the reciepie for the windshield fluid. Can this be made at home?
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Reviews say not good to -20. Freezes. Pass.
+1 You want the "orange" color for colder temperature.
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None available in the Central Coast of California where it never gets to -20.
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used a LOT when lived in Minneapolis. In Dallas... a bottle lasts a long time. Honestly I have always tried to find the reciepie for the windshield fluid. Can this be made at home?
Gotta check out some lifehack video as they keep coming out with new ones for cars but at this price it doesn't seem worth the time as this size usually lasts for several cars and the whole year (unless you use several bottles a year)
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+1 You want the "orange" color for colder temperature.
I live in upstate NY and run blue -20 stuff in all three of my vehicles, it will be well below zero each winter multiple times and I never have an issue.
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Reviews say not good to -20. Freezes. Pass.
I had a more expensive one that wasn't supposed to freeze but it didn't matter because the wiper fluid dispensers were frozen shut. Took about 20 minutes for the car to warm up enough to clear it!
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I live in upstate NY and run blue -20 stuff in all three of my vehicles, it will be well below zero each winter multiple times and I never have an issue.
Sometime the orange one run at the same price. I would grab the orange one, not sure of the trade off.

I think it also depend how fast you drive. Water on the windshield at highway speed freeze faster.
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