Cold weather is coming so make sure your winterwindscreen wash is a good strength. Captivas have a tendency for the rear screen wash line to freeze in the roof lining and force the joints apart, giving you a couple of drips in the car.
Not too keen on the ready to use winter wash regarding strength. live in a soft water area so buy the concentrate and do a strong mix. alternatively use the ready to use and add a little extra methylated spirits.
<H1 =vi-is1-titleH1>Comma Ultimate Xsream Screenwash 5 Litre - Protects To -65C - Super Concentrated Use something like this on a 2:1 or 3:1 mix, should take care of the wind chill and protect those washer nozzle's and pipes.</H1>
Get along to your local Lidl store- they're doing -60 deg screenwash, £5.99 for 5 litres. Using this undiluted should stop this freezing washer pipe problem (which, incidentally, I had last year on a Polo which caused all manner of problems and a steamed up car just when you didn't need it..).
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