nextzett Kristall Klar Premium Washer Fluid Concentrate - Makes 13 Gallons - 8.5 oz (250 ml)

nextzett Kristall Klar Premium Washer Fluid Concentrate - Makes 13 Gallons - 8.5 oz (250 ml)

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  • High performance washer fluid cleaner concentrate - Just add water!
  • Glare and smear free cleaning for safer driving
  • Quickly removes bugs, dirt and sap
  • Reduces wiper skipping and shuddering
  • Water softeners prevent hard water mineral build-up which can cause spray jets to clog
  • Makes over 12 gallons of washer fluid!

A high performance windshield washer fluid cleaner that outperforms the typical blue washer fluid. Developed for leading German car makers, Kristall Klar Windshield Washer Fluid Concentrate is 200 times more concentrated than the typical pre-mixed washer fluid. Each full reservoir dose, when mixed with regular tap water, makes approximately 1.5 gallons of highly effective washer fluid that easily removes road grime, bugs, sap and dirt without causing smearing or glare that can impair driving. Reduces wiper blade wear and tear and eliminates skipping and shuddering. Does not leave white residue on paintwork. Softeners prevent mineral build-up in washer system for optimum operation. And unlike washer fluid tablets, Kristall Klar will dissolve completely, contains lubricants and won't clog your windshield washer fluid system. Biodegradable and phosphate-free. Ammonia-free so it won't harm chrome, paintwork, rubber or plastic. Has a fresh citrus scent. Each bottle makes over 12 gallons.

Not rated for freezing. For winter and year-round protection, try nextzett's winter formula Anti-Frost Concentrate.


Directions for mixing:

Mix 1 oz (squeeze bottle to fill measuring cup to top) with 1.5 gallons of regular tap water. Or fill measuring cup half way (.5 oz) with .75 gallons of regular tap water.

8.5 oz bottle produces 12.75 gallons of windshield washer fluid.

Adjust ratio based on water hardness. If you use distilled or soft water, use less concentrate to avoid foaming and smearing.

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