Originally Posted by bedrck46
Again I will say I ONLY use washer fluid in the drains As far as it being toxic that I fully understand and that is why it only goes into drains NEVER IN THE WATER SUPPLY. Now for all of those that are thinking toxic Just imagine the amount of washer fluid that is sprayed onto the windshields of all the vehicles in North America and winds up on the roads.
I'd be more worried that the windshield washer fluid, of which the main ingredient that keeps it from freezing is alcohol (the rest is mostly water), would deteriorate before your first freeze and not provide any protection whatsoever. Unless the RV antifreeze isn't readily available in your area, the two dollars difference a gallon just isn't worth it!
Was thinking about winterizing here in NW Ohio, but then they're calling for 80* temps this week! Heck, the leaves haven't even turned yet, much less fallen off the trees! I'm not complaining!
2016 Ram 3500 4X4 Dually, 6.7 Cummins, 3.73
2017 Jayco North Point 377RLBH, Cummins/Onan Gen