Bluecol Sub Zero Screen Wash
With the winter coming on and those icy mornings making us all late for work - the de-icer and the scrapper come to mind immediately. However just as important is Anti-freeze-treated screen wash.
When the roads are plastered with grit and mud, the windscreen ends up looking something akin to a rally car; things can get pretty desperate, then you hit the squirt button and nothing appears. More than just an inconvenience, it can be quite dangerous.
Bluecol sent us this Sub Zero Screen Wash, said to work down to -36 degrees, which should be more than enough for even the most rural parts of Scotland - and those trips to Siberia you were planning. Although we couldn't do a proper test, we stuck it in the freezer for a few days, simulating a pretty cold Englisgh day. it stayed completely fluid! First big tick.
How does it clean? Well we can happily report that it does a great job here also. even with sticky mud it seemed to do the trick, leaving our windscreen lovely and see-through. It'll be in our cars this winter that's for sure. This rounds out a full house of 5 Stars this month - must be that Christmas generosity kicking in.