9 thoughts on “Volkswagen Windscreen Clear Concentrate”

  1. mmm, is this indicating that 1 bottle does four fills of the washer reservoir ?

    The guy in the service department said a couple of caps in the reservoir was all that was needed.

    Thanks,
    Steve

  2. Hi Steve,
    It seems that it is not a indication of how many fills it does (it’s 1L, and I don’t know if the water reservoir is 1L exactly). Instead, it indicates how you should mix with water:
    – If you live in a place with temperatures under -70ºC, you should use the Windscreen Cleaner Concentrate alone.
    – If you have temperatures between -40ºC and -70ºC, you mix two parts of concentrate and one of water.
    – If you have temperatures between -35ºC and -40ºC, you mix one part of concentrate and one of water.
    – If you have temperatures between -16ºC and -35ºC, you mix two parts of water, and one part of concentrate.
    – If you never have temperatures below -16ºC, one part of concentrate and four of water, will be enough.

    1. 3.5 litres for non bi-xenon headlight cars with no low level warning
      5 litres for bi-xenon headlight cars with a low level warning

  3. Are you saying that the usual mix of one bottle of concentrate to 4 bottles of water will give me protection from freezing down to minus 16 degrees centigrade.
    This means her in the south of the UK where temeratures never fall below minus 10 degrees that I can safely leave the normal 4 to 1 mix all of the year round.
    Could you please confirm that this is correct

  4. Kloster Spare Parts Newcastle charged $13.40 !!?? 18/1/2013, what happened to “approx AUD $7” ?? Extremely high inflation rate, or just extreme profitering!? The latter I believe.

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