Orange antifreeze should not be mixed with green antifreeze because they are not compatible. If mixed together, these two types of antifreeze form a cloudy substance and precipitation that can decrease the coolant's usef... More »

The symptoms of water in motor oil include presence of bubbles, residue and thick oil on the dipstick, and emission of smoke from the vehicle's tailpipe. In addition, the dipstick has a sweet odor, the level of coolant d... More »

A mix of 50 percent antifreeze to 50 percent water is usually sufficient in most areas. In more extreme climates, the mix may be different and must be altered to suit that climate. More »

The general recommendation by antifreeze manufacturers is to have a 50/50 antifreeze and water mix. Increasing the ratio of the antifreeze to water such as a 70/30 mix will lower the freezing point of the mix down to min... More »

Top up Orange on the Orange Top Up webpage. Enter the phone number that needs to be recharged and the top up amount. Users must also sign in or register using an email and a password. Submit a payment with a valid credit... More »

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Orange extract can be substituted for orange zest. Use 1/2 teaspoon of extract for every tablespoon of fresh orange zest called for in a recipe. If a recipe calls for dried orange zest, use 1 1/2 teaspoons of orange extr... More »

Agent Orange was an herbicide and defoliant used by the U.S. Department of Defense in southeast Asia between 1961 and 1971, primarily over South Vietnam and to a lesser extent Laos, Cambodia and North Vietnam. The chemic... More »

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