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Old 29-10-2016, 08:00 PM   #11
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I can vouch for Nanolex Ultra Sealant, bought the kit for £29.95, i got 10 months from a single application on daily work van, the 30ml bottle goes a very long way, 1 mondeo, 1 focus, 1 Peugeot van and an X5, and bottle is still half full, only downside and it's a minor one, wet weather you get build up of road spray on window, if windscreen isn't washed for 2 weeks say, it take speeds of 50-60 mph before water beads off fast, drizzle has no effect on the coating you still need wipers

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Old 29-10-2016, 09:16 PM   #12
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Soft99 Glaco mist. You can use it for wet or dry glass. No need cure time. Water takes from 50km/h. It's my best for this winter.
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Old 29-10-2016, 10:36 PM   #13
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Lucky I saw this as I'm about to do the same thing. I was considering nanolex ultra as I've seen reviews of the si3d, assuming the ultra is as good

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Old 30-10-2016, 12:56 AM   #14
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Lucky I saw this as I'm about to do the same thing. I was considering nanolex ultra as I've seen reviews of the si3d, assuming the ultra is as good

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Having both ultra and urban I'd go with urban. It's much easier to use

Regardless of what you get you need wipers on after a couple of weeks. I use ultra on my side windows and urban on the windscreen

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Having both ultra and urban I'd go with urban. It's much easier to use

Regardless of what you get you need wipers on after a couple of weeks. I use ultra on my side windows and urban on the windscreen

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Thanks! What was it about the ultra that made it a pain?

Which seems to offer better protection/repulsion?
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Armufti, Ultra isn't a pain to apply, just don't follow instructions EXACTLY and you'll get better coverage, you can pretty much soak the applicator pads, they take very little product to soak them, even squeeze few drops on windscreen to, very little product comes out you will amazed how far it goes.

Urban = Temporary
Ultra = PERMANENT
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I recently removed Rain-X from the front screen of both mine and my wife's cars so I'm looking for a replacement.

Looks like Nanolex Ultra is what I'm likely to go for, so I'll report back on it if I get it.

Does anyone know if it 'mists-up' the screen on damp mornings like Rain-X does?
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Old 30-10-2016, 04:54 PM   #18
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I recently removed Rain-X from the front screen of both mine and my wife's cars so I'm looking for a replacement.

Looks like Nanolex Ultra is what I'm likely to go for, so I'll report back on it if I get it.

Does anyone know if it 'mists-up' the screen on damp mornings like Rain-X does?
yes it can do but not for long once your cars blowers are on it soon clears, if you liked rain x you'll be blown away by Ultra, put plenty on the applicator pad not just the 10-15 drops nanolex recommend, you'll see a lot lot easier where you've applied it, practice on side window first if your unsure, nothing to be frightened of applying it, its a doddle
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Personally i've used G Techniq G5 and always impressed as long as you prep well it lasts for a long time, I tried Gyeon view as an alternative and I couldnt get on with it so now back to G5 easy to use and beads nicely. At waxstock the guy on the G Techniq stand said hes not overly impressed with G5, but for me its a winner on price and performance also used on show door also.
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