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Feature: Granville Sub Zero -15°c Screen Wash

Article first published Wednesday 4th Sep 2019 16:00

Granville are pleased to announce the immediate availability of our new and improved Methanol free Sub Zero Screen Wash! Fully compliant with all UK and EU laws, Sub Zero Screen Wash is a highly concentrated windscreen washer additive formulated to effortlessly remove traffic film, grease and insect residue from the windscreen, whilst preventing water in the washer bottle freezing during the winter by protecting down to -15°c.

How To Tell If Your Antifreeze Needs Changing

Article first published Tuesday 7th Jun 2016 10:30

Before you set about checking the health of your antifreeze it is important to bare in mind that different vehicles will have different expected lifespans on any fluid that goes into the vehicle. Your user manual should give you a guide as to when you can expect to need to change your antifreeze but it is a good idea to check up on the health of the fluid when you check if it needs a top-up, something you should be inspecting every three months or so.

Is Commercial Screenwash Better Than Water and Home-Brewed Alternatives?

Article first published Tuesday 2nd Feb 2016 10:30

The short answer? Yes. Absolutely. It can be tempting to settle for plain water in your windscreen washer system or to attempt to make your own with household detergent or alcohol but whilst you will make cost savings in the short term and its effects are kinder to the environment, the risks involved to your vehicle in the long term just aren't worth the short term savings. Here are the top reasons you should be sticking the screenwash in your system:

10 Ways Cold Weather Can Affect Your Car and How to Deal With Them

Article first published Friday 30th Oct 2015 12:00

The cold weather is harsh on your vehicle and, unfortunately, sticking on a hat, scarf and coat isn’t an option for it so it pays to be extra careful as the temperature drops because climate related trouble can strike quicker than you’d expect. There are plenty of ways that the cold weather can affect your vehicle so keep a sharp look out for any of the following and don’t get left out in the cold.