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Windshield washer OK for winterizing waterlines?

I live in Canada near Ottawa, and I will be leaving our Sunseeker 24 outside this winter. I went to Canadian Tire to buy some antifreeze to put in the waterlines for the toilet, shower etc and the clerk said to use some windshield washer. Is that good or bad advice? Last year, I bought some Hall-Chem "economical plumbing antifreeze" that contains non toxic Ethanol and propylene glycol. The stuff I am thinking of using is labeled "all season windshield washer fluid -35" but says POISON, so am somewhat concerned/doubtful... It doesnt say what's in it. It is blue instead of pink.
Eskimo007 10/28/21 04:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: "Groovy" flat fuses VS non-groovy

So you notice those big grooves on the left one and not the right... I stopped by the local NAPA parts dealer to ask, he had some with grooves and some without but didn't know the difference. I also messaged Littelfuse, maybe they will enlighten us. "That's what I like about standards, there are so many of them!"
Eskimo007 08/16/21 09:33am Tech Issues
RE: "Groovy" flat fuses VS non-groovy

Cant take a pic right now, the RV it's in is out in New Brunswick. I'll forage around my folders, I might have taken one. Can you see the picture from the Onedrive link I posted? Esp the one looking top-down?
Eskimo007 08/16/21 06:36am Tech Issues
RE: "Groovy" flat fuses VS non-groovy

I think the grooves are much more obvious if you look at this picture, the fuse on the left, way-non-trivial grooves which no amount of coaxing even with pliers will bring any joy. 1drv.ms/u/s!AlUCXH-477GAipJuc1QtvC3nggC3QQ?e=AfB3RO
Eskimo007 08/16/21 06:14am Tech Issues
RE: "Groovy" flat fuses VS non-groovy

It's a 40A like the Maxi. Will try to add a picture to my post that clearly shows the grooves above the blades on both sides. https://1drv.ms/u/s!AlUCXH-477GAipJtv8NIRuvampPKpg?e=bT3pNF (cant figure out how to post pictures, says link removed) 1drv.ms/u/s!AlUCXH-477GAipJtv8NIRuvampPKpg?e=bT3pNF 1drv.ms/u/s!AlUCXH-477GAipJuc1QtvC3nggC3QQ?e=AfB3RO
Eskimo007 08/15/21 10:04am Tech Issues
"Groovy" flat fuses VS non-groovy

I recently needed to replace a 40amp DC flat fuse between my RV battery and inverter, and had the hardest time trying to insert the spare fuse that the original owner had provided. Upon (very) close inspection, I noticed that the replacement fuse although the exact same size and appearance as the burnt out one had some grooves on each side, whereas my replacement did not. Needless to say, trying to force the replacement in the holder brought no joy. Does anyone know what the difference is between the 2 types? I'm thinking maybe slo-blow or not? Looking at the transparent casing of the fuses, I can see the inside is different.
Eskimo007 08/14/21 06:48am Tech Issues
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