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2x Bars Bugs Windscreen Cleaner 600ml - $5 @ Repco

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2x 600ml Bars bug windscreen cleaner for $5, works out to be just $2.5 for 600ml.

Ensure to choose two to get it at $5 otherwise if you buy one then its $5.29 which eventually costlier and I'm that one unlucky OzBargainer who bought one last week @ $5.29.

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    Thanks - stocked up for the lockdown :)

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      are you getting ready to let birds into your garage to shit on your windscreen while you leave the car running or make vroom vroom sounds?

      also, don't forget the $0.10 cashback

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        Maybe he parks outside

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          i was thinking because lockdown he might want to do a pretend commute every morning or something.

          just my childish mind at work.

          beep beep

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            @cynicalmike: You don't sound too cynical, Mike.

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              @Munki: i thought it was not overly cynical, not lacking in cynicism - but just right.

              and that's when the bear ate me

              (not an lbgt pun)

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    Thanks, got 2. My car has been out of windscreen wiping liquid for 3 months. Glad I held out for this…

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    Damn I still haven't started using the ones I got at $1/bottle…

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      Lol I still have 4 unopened in the garage.

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        Yes I've got around 20 left πŸ˜‚

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          Not sure why our comments were negged?

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    Another sucker who bought one at full price last week … still tossing up whether to refund it or not.

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    Is this really effective? Any reviews?

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      My preferred windscreen wash liquid is Trico Vision, have tried both. Cheap from Repco when they have their regular 30% off sale.

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        Ok thanks

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    Dish soap stolen from the kitchen also does the trick.

    Better of getting indicator fluid than this stuff.
    But that’s just my opinion πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

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      and ruin the wax on your car.

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        Wax on wax off ~Mr Miagi

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          Mr Miyagi!!!

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      high chance in the long run it will block your pump

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    I bought a bottle of this last 20% off sale. Havent really used it much yet, so cant comment but its very cheap for the amount you get.

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    I use windex in my windscreen water reservoir. Streak finish every time

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      Thanks for the warning. I'll make sure I don't put windex in my reservoir.

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        Great! I am glad it's helped you.

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    Noob qestion can this be use internally?

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      nah need bleach for that. via injection. on the inside.

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        we should get some guys to look into that

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      I'm regretting asking :)

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      Only if you're:

      a) One of the very gullible people the media easily brainwashes, or
      b) You're planning to off your spouse

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    The secret to a sparkly windscreen is to add 100ml of Methylated Spirits to the wash bottle.(With Your Detergent)
    Removes the streaky, oily road grime lines.
    Apparently wont harm paint or rubber, for those about to ask. ;)

    Been doing it for years.

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      Is it okay to use with this windscreen cleaner?

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        Absolutely!

        Try it and see the difference, when you get that first rain and the road grime is sprayed onto your windscreen from the cars in front of you. (from the tyres)
        Watch the Metho break it down.

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          To clarify, does it mean you can fill both the cleaner and the metho spirits into the wiper reservoir or do you mean in a separate spray bottle?

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    I've never been a fan of adding anything soapy to my wiper fluid as it just ends up leaving streaks and residue. Water should get you by until you are able to physically wipe it.

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    Thanks for this, got a couple.

    Also, with regard to Metho, it really does work.

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    Keeping your wiper blades clean (and new) is the key….

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      Agree that the wipers need constant wiping ironically.