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1-Gallon Rain-X +32 Degree Windshield Washer Fluid EXPIRED

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Target has 1-Gallon Rain-X +32 Degree Windshield Washer Fluid on sale for $1.39. Shipping is free for orders $35+, otherwise, select store pickup if/where available. Thanks Totspurs

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Free store pick up. Note: These are marked $3.39 in store so order online or possibly price-match in store or elsewhere.

https://www.target.com/p/rain-x-1...A-13783759
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Why are they charging $2.90 tax on $4.17 (3x items) in California?
Welcome to the socialist republic of california. Enjoy your stay.
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i think it might mean he is in the chemical manufacturing business
If he was in the chemical business he would know that we need to know the formula to make this, not just the list of ingredients. How much of each ingredient?
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Great deal! Ordered 25 of em to get the free shipping.
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It's interesting to note that in a certain school district in Arizona, 75% of school buses had the bacterium Legionella growing in their windshield washer fluid tanks.

https://www.livescience.com/45699...fluid.html
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Not sold anywhere in the entire Northeast.
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If anyone uses a lot of windshield washer fluid (my e91 does because it sprays headlights too), I would recommend the tablet form. It's just so convenient and so much cheaper than buying the bottles. And eco friendly!

example: https://www.amazon.com/Frylr-Effe...merReviews
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They auto charge the bag fee for 10 bags, but return most of all when when you get less or decline bags.
10 bags? I only ordered one small item and was charged the fee, but didn't get a bag.
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Can't you just put water in for the wiper fluid?
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BS.
Been using it exclusively for years. I go through 1 gallon(or more) every month or so in my car..

NOT one problem in 6 cars (even in lightly driven cars that use 1-2 gallons per year).

I would take MY real world experience vs some yokle on youtube trying to get views Applause

BTW this is by far the best for South Florida drivers going up and down FL TPKE or East-West across state.
What are you doing that you use 1 gallon a month? I live about 1 mile from the ocean and I very rarely (probably once a year) have to refill my washer fluid. I also live in an area that gets snow.
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For anyone that got charged for the bag fee check your receipt later and it won't show the fee anymore. I don't need to tell them anything when i pickup but if there's no bag i don't get charged. It will show at first but after everything gets process it'll get removed so wait a bit.
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There's tablets you can mix with water to make your own. Check mr bezos store. 303 (name brand is about 25c per tablet. Generic no name versions available for 10c. Just mix with your own Gallon/water.saves a trip to target, rant about bag fees, plastic empty gallons in landfill etc. Y m m v
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I don't understand why companies make two separate products. If the winter mix works all the time and the +32 only works above 32, why not streamline the process and only make the winter mix?
Idk, maybe because it's mixed with this thing called methanol that's toxic for the environment.
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Isn't there a DIY recipe for this?

I vaguely recall it being mostly vinegar and saline.
Not vinegar, kinda like putting beer or wine in...
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Not vinegar, kinda like putting beer or wine in...
Don't give me any ideas.

Totally down for filling it up with box red wine and letting it rip while I'm getting tailgated.

Vinegar comes to mind for hand washing, as I've heard anything ammonia based can dry out your wiper blades, fluid reservoir, gaskets, and connecting hoses.
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Check walmart around you. I got a few bottles for $0.75 each last week and they still have more.
https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=17179629
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