|Model||92100815 Kristall Klar Washer Fluid Concentrate - 8.5 fl. oz|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||92100815|
|Manufacturer Part Number||92100815|
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- Glare and smear-free cleaning for safer driving
- Quickly removes bugs and dirt
- Reduces wiper skipping and shuddering
- Water softeners prevent hard water mineral build-up which can cause spray jets to clog
- 1:200 Concentration makes over 12 gallons of washer fluid
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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 2 gallons of highly effective washer fluid that easily removes road grime, bugs 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. The only car windshield washer fluid that doesn't contain toxic methanol which is typically found in leading brands. Has a fresh citrus scent. Each bottle makes over 12 gallons. Not rated for freezing. For winter and year-round protection, try our winter formula Anti-Frost Concentrate.
From the manufacturer
High Performance Windshield Washer Fluid
Kristall Klar is a high performance windshield washer fluid that was originally developed for leading European vehicle manufacturers. With a formula that is now 1:200, the 8.5 oz bottle will make over 12 gallons of highly effective cleaning fluid!
The ammonia-free, highly concentrated formula cuts through all the things that make up road grime including brake dust, oil and dirt.
Bugs are no match either. Will reduce bug splatter significantly with just a few sprays.
No Smearing. No Glare.
Leaves a crystal clear smear-free, glare-free finish. Kristall Klar doesn't leave white residue on your paint.
Quiets Wipers, Reduces Clogging of Spray Jets
Kristall Klar is not just a concentrate but a comprehensive cleaning and maintenance washer fluid.
Kristall Klar contains lubricants that reduce windshield wiper skipping and shuddering. A few sprays during the rain and Kristall Klar will quite your wipers down.
Kristall Klar also contains water softeners making it ideal for use when mixed with tap water. Kristall Klar prevents hard water minerals from clogging spray jets. It also keeps the windshield washer pump operating smoothly and prevents hard water minerals from accumulating in your washer tank.
How To Mix
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.
Adjust ratio based on water hardness. If you use distilled or soft water, use less concentrate to avoid foaming and smearing.
8.5 oz bottle produces 12.75 gallons of windshield washer fluid.
- Super concentrated - makes over 12 gallons of windshield washer fluid
- Removes bug splatter and cuts through dirt and road grime with ease
- No smearing. No glare.
- Reduces wiper skipping and shuddering for smoother and more even cleaning
- Water softeners prevent hard water build up around spray jets
- Safe on plastic headlights
- Ammonia free and biodegradable
- Won't harm washer fluid sensors
- Fantastic citrus scent comes through fresh air vents
Do you have a clear view?
Bug splatter and road grime can impede your view of the road ahead. Not to mention smearing and glare from plain water or weak washer fluids. Make sure it's clear with Kristall Klar. Just a few sprays is all it takes. Smear-free, glare-free!
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1 2-benzisothiazolin-3-one - I found this on the Dow Chemical website. It says it is "produced through a complex and proprietary series of chemical reactions. It is also known as BIT. The Dow website says it is used as an agent against bacteria and fungi. It says it can cause corneal injury, permanent impairment of vision and blindness. Brief contact with skin can cause irritation and pain. Exposure to vapor mist can cause severe irritation to upper respiratory tract and lungs. To me, this is a big concern because the windshield washers spay a mist that can be sucked in through the car's ventilation system. The Dow website also say, "Avoid contact with... metals such as aluminum, brass, copper, copper alloys and mild steel." This is a concern for cars. And, it is "highly toxic to aquatic organisms" and "has a tendency to remain in water" and "bind with soil or sediment."
(r)-p-mentha-1 8-diene - According to Wikipedia, this is also knows as D-limonene. It comes from orange peels. It is flammable, an irritant, and toxic to aquatic life.
It also contains non-ionic surfactants, which Wikipedia says are chemicals that lower surface tension between two things and are less sensitive to water hardness.
It also contains glycol, alcohol, color and perfumes.
The bottle warns that it can cause skin irritation and serious eye damage. And, you should wear protective gloves and eye protection when using this product. Probably very good advice considering the chemicals listed above. I am not sure I want to spray this on my car.
My qualifier is that this product makes a lot of suds/foam when you mix it. Adding the concentrate to still water avoids this as a problem, but makes topping up less convenient than dumping a jug into your reservoir (as with other fluids). In practice you'll need to know the capacities ("warning light" and "completely empty" levels) of your vehicle(s). If you drain your reservoir completely, fill (~99%) with water, then add this concentrate you'll be fine. If you fill a partially depleted reservoir (say when your warning light comes on) you might still generate foam when you agitate the remaining solution with pure water from a hose or pitcher (then of course need to add the concentrate).
Premixing could be an option. I use a lot of washer fluid and have overhead garage racks, so I've considered a 5 gallon premix that would gravity feed a hose (but that really seems like overkill - even for this geeky engineer). It's a good product that I'll probably keep using. However, I could see a number of people preferring the convenience of simply emptying a non-foaming jug of blue fluid into their reservoir (especially if you were wanting to top up a reservoir that was mostly full before a trip).
There's a lot of information online about not using tap water (for reasons of mineral clog/deposits). I choose not to worry about it (and if I ever see mineral deposits near my nozzles I'll deal with it at the time). If someone chose to use distilled water it might make use of this product easier, but is also one more step in the fill process.
Fear not, this product actually does what it needs to do - it clears off your windshield by using a unique formula that attacks bugs and grime so you don't need to apply a lot of wiper fluid to get the window clean. Yes, I am a believer now. No longer do I need to bring along my paper towels with cleaner to manually do the windshield.
Some hints - use a gallon chug of bottled water to do the mixing. I would ensure you use bottled water rather than tap because tap water has high mineral contents that can end up clogging your windshield fluid nozzles over time.