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Super Tech RV & Marine Antifreeze

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$0.02 / fl oz
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Keep your plumbing systems intact during the cold winter months with the Super Tech RV & Marine Antifreeze. This safe, odorless and non-staining solution provides protection as low as -50 degrees F to help prevent pipe bursts. The Super Tech antifreeze can be used with potable water plumbing systems in RVs, boats, pools and vacation homes. The easy-pour bottle is simple to use and is an important component in maintaining your water lines. By winterizing your systems with the boat antifreeze, you minimize the risk of freezing or bursting equipment. Necessary in colder areas, the antifreeze is also a good preventative measure in places that get an occasional chill. Give your vehicles the Super Tech RV & Marine Antifreeze for an effective and low cost way to keep your water plumbing systems safe.


Super Tech RV & Marine Antifreeze:

  • -50 degrees F burst protection
  • Easy-pour bottle makes winterizing your vehicle simple
  • Helps keep potable water plumbing systems in RVs, boats, pools and vacation homes running in low temperature situations
  • Super Tech antifreeze is safe, odorless and non-staining
  • Boat antifreeze provides corrosion protection to keep your plumbing running through the cold season
  • Necessary in cold areas but also works well in places that get occasionally cold
  • Low cost way to prevent expensive repairs
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Specifications

Brand
Super Tech
Model
2349
Manufacturer Part Number
2349
Assembled Product Weight
8.9 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
5.88 x 5.88 x 11.88 Inches

Customer Reviews

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Most helpful positive review
Worked. Tough winter 2018-2019....
Not a wildly expensive "boutique" multi-millionaire-catering store produc: This is as it should be, cheap. Works nominally--would buy again. Generally, use at the pump, not in the fresh tank. Comes here late fall and winter--stocks out quickly. Propylene glycol has been used successfully for decades also in vehicle radiators. It's a far safer and eco alternative to dangerous mass-market ethylene glycol (traditional vehicle antifreeze)--which, unfortunately critters, pets, and even humans find sweet. It's nothing at all new and "mysterious"--nothing special....
Most helpful negative review
Not for winter use!
Froze up and broke things. I have been winterizing this cabin for years with other anti-freeze with never a problem. I know the procedures to get all the water out. This year I got this stuff. It obviously froze and expanded. Washer is busted. Toilets busted. Drain traps busted. Worst temp it possibly would have gotten would be -10F, no where near the -50 rating. Would NOT recommend!
Most helpful positive review
Worked. Tough winter 2018-2019....
Not a wildly expensive "boutique" multi-millionaire-catering store produc: This is as it should be, cheap. Works nominally--would buy again. Generally, use at the pump, not in the fresh tank. Comes here late fall and winter--stocks out quickly. Propylene glycol has been used successfully for decades also in vehicle radiators. It's a far safer and eco alternative to dangerous mass-market ethylene glycol (traditional vehicle antifreeze)--which, unfortunately critters, pets, and even humans find sweet. It's nothing at all new and "mysterious"--nothing special....
Most helpful negative review
Not for winter use!
Froze up and broke things. I have been winterizing this cabin for years with other anti-freeze with never a problem. I know the procedures to get all the water out. This year I got this stuff. It obviously froze and expanded. Washer is busted. Toilets busted. Drain traps busted. Worst temp it possibly would have gotten would be -10F, no where near the -50 rating. Would NOT recommend!
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Worked. Tough winter 2018-2019....

Not a wildly expensive "boutique" multi-millionaire-catering store produc: This is as it should be, cheap. Works nominally--would buy again. Generally, use at the pump, not in the fresh tank. Comes here late fall and winter--stocks out quickly. Propylene glycol has been used successfully for decades also in vehicle radiators. It's a far safer and eco alternative to dangerous mass-market ethylene glycol (traditional vehicle antifreeze)--which, unfortunately critters, pets, and even humans find sweet. It's nothing at all new and "mysterious"--nothing special....

We live in NM

Seems to be the same stuff the dealer uses and no we don't usually even have a negative degree windchill here.

Great for winterizing house

Use every fall to winterize our NH house as we spend 6 mos in Fl. Good value.

Works and non toxic

Works don't believe the reviews saying otherwise it will freeze at low temps but will not expand make sure to drain all water first and better if you blow it out. We had cold weather here last year no problems or damage this is my 3rd year using it

I am a marine Master Technician since 1988, with 43 years of winterizing boats. This product works very well. I have never seen any problems using it. ALWAYS drain the water first.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 51 questions
by SparkyJanuary 25, 2014


Last answer: November 13, 2014
1. It can be used in a hot tub.
by CommunityAnswer
2. You can't dilute this stuff and you would not be able to use your spa with this stuff in it. Have you looked into using salt instead of chlorine? Salt water has a lower freeze point. Lots of pools now use a salt water solution. Salt corrodes metal so you might want to check out what effects it would have on your pump.
by MDPaine
3. Yes, this stuff would be fine in your hot tub but are you going to fill your tub with this stuff? My tub is 300 gallons and filling it with this stuff would look pretty but it would be rather expensive. I keep my tub running all year long but it sounds like you would be better off draining your tub and blowing out the lines with air for the cold winter months. If heating your tub is costing you $300 a month either you don't have a cover on it or you need a new tub!
by Conrad
3 Answers
Last answer: November 13, 2014

by FishheadNovember 25, 2013


Last answer: December 27, 2013
1. You could probably prevent an engine from freezing with RV antifreeze, but I definitely WOULD NOT run an engine with RV antifreeze in it. It has a different boiling point and different chemical composition which can cause your engine to overheat or deteriorate seals, etc. Actual engine antifreeze (ethylene glycol) is formulated for your engine-- just use it instead-- it costs a little more, but you won't have to drain it out when you get ready to use your engine again. BTW, it IS very toxic, but has a sweet taste so animals are drawn to it... drinking it, even in small quantities, will cause kidney failure and an agonizing death-- clean up any spills, don't just drain it out on the ground when emptying your cooling system. Another tip--make sure you dilute the antifreeze with water per the container directions. Straight antifreeze WILL NOT increase your protection. You can buy also buy it pre-mixed 50-50 with water, so be sure not to dilute the pre-mixed stuff. If you want to use RV antifreeze in a marine engine, I'd check the engine manufacturer's recommendations. If you don't have the owner's manual, just look it up online.
by USmith
2. Use the stuff made for boats. Its made with propelyne glycol. The cheaper stuff made with alcohol can damage rubber O rings and impellers. You can also get a higher freeze point of -100 . West Marine delivers it if you order online. You also should use diesel stabilizer in the gas tank and oil stabilizer in your crankcase. WestMarine has a video online that tells you how to winterize your boat.
by MDPaine
2 Answers
Last answer: December 27, 2013

by joeFebruary 2, 2013


Last answer: December 27, 2013
1. I have used this in tires on my garden tractors and have not had any problems so far. I generally mix it 50-50 with water, but, we seldom get below 0 degrees where I live. Keep in mind that even with temperatures above this product's freezing point, wind chill can effectively lower the temperature, and it will freeze.
by USmith
2. Yes they do this when racing on the lakes in upstate new York for more traction and to balance the wheels.
by An anonymous customer
2 Answers
Last answer: December 27, 2013

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