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  • avatar tony78 12/28/09 12:54 am PST

    morin 2 is correct, you should use a winter formula if you live in a part of the country subjected to temps below 40 degrees F.

    Now if you live in an area of the country that doesnt get less than 60 degrees F , you should stay with the summer blend stuff.

    The winter blend, while stable at colder temps, will tend to evaporate quicker at higher temps.

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  • obyone 12/27/09 9:18 pm PST

    The blue one at checkers

  • morin2 12/27/09 9:23 pm PST

    They look alike, but look for the words "winter formula" on the label - it will have a lower freeze point.

  • tony78 12/28/09 12:54 am PST

    morin 2 is correct, you should use a winter formula if you live in a part of the country subjected to temps below 40 degrees F.

    Now if you live in an area of the country that doesnt get less than 60 degrees F , you should stay with the summer blend stuff.

    The winter blend, while stable at colder temps, will tend to evaporate quicker at higher temps.

  • carattorney 12/28/09 1:10 am PST

    Also, anyone have an opinion on what is the best brand for wiper fluid? Rain-X?, Prestone? etc. Thanks.

  • tony78 12/28/09 1:19 am PST

    whatever works and is within your budget.

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