Frequently Asked Questions

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What are the benefits of creating an account?

You can take part in the various enhanced services we have to offer.

Some of these services include:

  • Permanent Cart - Any products added to your online cart remain there until you remove them, or check them out.
  • Permanent Wish List - Any products added to your Wish List remain there until you remove them, or check them out.
  • Address Book - We can now deliver your products to another address other than yours! This is perfect to send birthday gifts direct to the birthday-person themselves.
  • Order History - View your history of purchases that you have made with us.
  • Products Reviews - Share your opinions on products with our other customers.
  • Product Notifications - Get notified of updates and price changes for specific products.

last updated - Tuesday 28 July, 2015

What types of payments do you accept?

  • Check
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Paypal

last updated - Thursday 20 August, 2015

Where is Thexton Manufacturing Company located?

6539 Cecilia Circle, Edina, Minnesota 55439. Map it!

last updated - Friday 31 July, 2015

Who do you ship with?

Thexton Manufacturing Company ships products via:

  • UPS
  • USPS
  • FedEx
  • Specific Trucking Lines

last updated - Thursday 20 August, 2015

What does the term "Burst Protection" on the RV antifreeze container mean?

First, RV anti-freeze is a propylene based type antifreeze. This means you should use the Thexton Part #100 or #107 antifreeze. The term “Burst Protection” is used and usually in fine print on most RV antifreeze containers. A minus 50°F identification on RV antifreeze will actually test about +25°F on our testers. Burst Protection simply means that the pipes in your RV won’t break at -50°F, it will although slush at about +25°F. If this mixture was in your vehicle, the water pump would not be able to move the mixture and the engine would overheat. The RV antifreeze container with -100°F on them will test reasonable close to the numbers printed in our instructions.

Example: a 50/50 mixture of -100°F RV antifreeze will test at about -25°F

last updated - Wednesday 18 July, 2018