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Are there such a thing as blue antifreeze for Wint?



Are these a blue RV antifreeze for wint.?
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Are these a blue RV antifreeze for wint.?
Toilet bowl cleaner.
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Toilet bowl cleaner.
These vendors/workers or whatever they lable themselves need some serious training
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Toilet bowl cleaner.
or Windshield fluid:whistling
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Sometimes the residue from the toilet bowl cleaner needs to be extracted. Some don't require it. As long as you have photos showing your rv anti freeze you are good.
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There is an anti freeze that is non toxic, used for pool closings in the north to prevent pipes from freezing..but it ain't that blue!
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Are these a blue RV antifreeze for wint.?
Yes there is... mailnly boiler anti-freeze... but its not RV
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Toilet bowl cleaner blue residue over powers the pink in RV antifreeze.
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You can get antifreeze in any color you want but when you order it in custom colors you get pure propolene glycol which has the consistency of corn syrup (much better then the crap at menards because you can do 3 or 4 wints with 1 gallon of it so less to carry) and it makes the water look a little "creamier" then that. I'm thinking that is toilet bowel cleaner because its too dark to be washer fluid.
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The fluid is too dark, but I have also followed up clowns that have tried to use windshield washer fluid. They just arent smart enough to know better.
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