They started with glass bottles.
no you cant
5 bottles to 4 cans
Did you make sure that you are putting the themostat in correctly? If you put it in backwardthis can sometimes cause this problem.
Most antifreeze is the same. You can use any brand of automobile antifreeze; even the cheap stuff. Just remember to make it into a solution of 50% antifreeze to 50% water before putting it in your car.
The milk bottles.
No, as long as you don't make a habit of it. Don't put antifreeze in your washer bottle. It will smear when the wipers come on.
If the radiator tends to get low, then putting antifreeze in the bottle simply tops it up but won't stop it getting low again, if that's what you mean. It's not a cure for coolant loss.
Putting 100% "straight" antifreeze in your car's radiator will expose the cooling system to freezing at a much higher temperature than would the appropriate and recommended mix of roughly 50/50 antifreeze and water. Antifreeze works best WITH water.
Yes you can, but you cannot if you are putting them on your carry on luggage.
A mixture of 50% water and 50% antifreeze will transfer heat better than straight antifreeze and still protect the system from freezing up to at least 34 degrees below zero F.
Look at your thermometer. Or you can check for steam or smoke coming from the engine. Look and see how much coolant you have. And basically you can tell if it is overheating just by putting your hand by the engine after you drive it for a while. if it is abnormally hot, pretty good chance it is overheating.