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Old 18-06-2018, 09:16 AM   #11
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I did use this and yesterday it rained . Nice to see the rain droplets running off the screen without wipers, but.....

The Rain X doesn't seem to last, and could almost do with another application.
Not what I am used to with Rain X.

I'll use what I have but would like to know of some alternatives please....
Try gtechniq G5 it will last about 3 months as is super hydrophobic
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Old 18-06-2018, 10:08 AM   #12
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I like Autoglym products and have Fast Glass which is a nice glass cleaner.

One combination which works well is Angelwax Vision followed by Angelwax H2go which is what I use all the time now. Lasts ages and don't even need the wipers on over about 35 mph.

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Old 18-06-2018, 12:00 PM   #13
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I did use this and yesterday it rained . Nice to see the rain droplets running off the screen without wipers, but.....

The Rain X doesn't seem to last, and could almost do with another application.
Not what I am used to with Rain X.

I'll use what I have but would like to know of some alternatives please....
Ive found that Rain X doesn't last well when put on top of a glass polish.

Whilst the glass maybe clean, the fact that water beads on polished glass makes me wonder if the "pores" as such are being filled up. In which case, there's less Rain X to go in these "pores" if that makes sense

Not the most technical explanation but thats how I like to think of it. Ive always found RainX to be best on bare glass with just a glass cleaner used instead of a polish
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