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Rain X Bug Remover Windshield Washer Fluid YMMV $0.74

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JosephJ7206 asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:23 AM
09-07-2021 at 11:23 AM
In my experience, the winter blend does have an alcohol component to it. The 'summer' blend used to have ammonia and no alcohol. I watched it eat away the metal 'squirter tips' on a friend's truck to the point they had to be replaced.

Without knowing the risk involved with mixing your own, I'd just buy the winter version year around. One chemical mixing screw up and you may end up much worse off - damaging your paint, your health, etc..
TheDTinc asked this question on 09-07-2021 at 11:25 AM
09-07-2021 at 11:25 AM
Works as windshield washer fluid for $0.82 which is great. Only draw back is that it's 32f and above. I usually wait till spring and stock up on the winter formulas on clearance then I don't have to worry about it freezing in my car.

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82¢ near me, thanks OP!
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Does this stuff really work?
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Does this stuff really work?
Works as windshield washer fluid for $0.82 which is great. Only draw back is that it's 32f and above. I usually wait till spring and stock up on the winter formulas on clearance then I don't have to worry about it freezing in my car.
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Works as windshield washer fluid for $0.82 which is great. Only draw back is that it's 32f and above. I usually wait till spring and stock up on the winter formulas on clearance then I don't have to worry about it freezing in my car.
So it actually removes them damn bugs and their guts off the windshield?
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Wow, "No Results" from BS.
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Not good for northern latitudes in winter.

"It will provide 32 degrees of freeze protection"…well, duh!
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Wow, "No Results" from BS.
only 1 result and its oos
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Not good for northern latitudes in winter.

"It will provide 32 degrees of freeze protection"…well, duh!
Hey, maybe it is providing freeze protection to 32 degrees Kelvin. That would be remarkable.

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i bought two bottles of this recently and it absolutely doesn't remove anything from bugs. Still worth the buy for this price tho.
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i bought two bottles of this recently and it absolutely doesn't remove anything from bugs. Still worth the buy for this price tho.
As with most rainWAX products it deposits thin layer of similar to wax product on the windshield so that initial "treatment" helps with future deposits not sticking as much.
It does wear out especially after lots of rain so it's best few hours before the trip to spray in on the wind shield so it develops that film.
It's not a miracle fix but it does help at least in my experience.
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Works as windshield washer fluid for $0.82 which is great. Only draw back is that it's 32f and above. I usually wait till spring and stock up on the winter formulas on clearance then I don't have to worry about it freezing in my car.
For 32+ just use water and a splash of dish soap - for lower, water and a splash of cheap vodka (or dare I say hand sanitizer?)...
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What about just adding a little isopropyl to this to lower the freezing point?
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I get none in Portland Oregon area
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For 32+ just use water and a splash of dish soap - for lower, water and a splash of cheap vodka (or dare I say hand sanitizer?)...
..or just add some isopropyl alcohol.
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