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Would anything happen if i mixed this with distilled water?

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What would happen if i mix this with distilled water? http://www.aquatuning.de/product_info.php/info/p9213_Aquacomputer-Double-Protect-Ultra---blue-1000ml.html

I ran out of coolant and it wont ship until friday if i order now so i wont recieve it before monday. But i can go down and pick up some distilled water in the town, would anything happen by mixing these 2?
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More than likely you'll just have a dilute solution and nothing bad will happen.
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More than likely you'll just have a dilute solution and nothing bad will happen.
Yeah thats the only thing i can think of aswell
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If you wanted to make 100% sure, you could check the ingredients in the aquacomputer coolant and see if it has water in it. If it does, then you can be sure mixing it won't be a problem.
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If you wanted to make 100% sure, you could check the ingredients in the aquacomputer coolant and see if it has water in it. If it does, then you can be sure mixing it won't be a problem.
Alright thanks
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