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MaxGEE Auto Windscreen with Anti-Freeze

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MaxGEE Auto Windscreen with Anti-Freeze
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MaxGEE Auto Windscreen - Improved Formula Now With Anti-Freeze

MaxGEE is a scientifically advanced washer fluid for your windscreen washer system which creates a non-stick windscreen, reducing the need to use your wipers and helps protect and clean your glass.
Improved formula now includes anti-freeze to help prevent your washer fluid from freezing on those cold winter mornings.

Increased Driver & Passenger Safety
Suitable for all vehicles where wash/wipe facility is fitted.
Antifreeze based.
Unique in Application.
Easy to use.
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Mercedes-Benz at the 2018 Paris Motor Show.

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