the rain has come

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by mc technik, Nov 7, 2002.

  1. mc technik

    mc technik your purrty...

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    starting to rain in my area. i dont really want to wash my car since is probally gonna get rained on the next day. planning to use rainx. i dont want to wash the car, should i just hose down the windsheild and apply rainx? i usually wash my car and then wipe down the windows with it after its been dryed.
     
  2. perry

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    Use your regular window cleaner to clean the windshield, then apply your Rain-X.
     
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    Don't even use Rain-X. Use some Eagle One 20/20 and save yourself some money. Works just as good, IMO.
     
  4. TACT OUT

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    im with u mc technik...im from the bay as well and its a bitch out here right now...i hate it wen it rains, it messes up my flossy ride.
     
  5. mc technik

    mc technik your purrty...

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    yeah damn rain and fog in the bay area is always fuckin shit up. good thing i waxed a month ago. rain-x seems to work pretty good, i dont know if 20/20 acutaully works as a rain replent but i guess i'll give it a try.
     
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    I do the same. 20/20 doesn't streak the way RainX does either.
     
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    Streak? Are you talking about streaking when it's applied?
     
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    No, when you are trying to remove it. RainX streaks and smears when you try to take it off unless you applied super thin coats. Just too much work when simply cleaning them with 20/20 not only cleans them but has the same water beading effect.
     

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