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Old 10-04-2006
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I never used Rain X but I have a buddie who swore by the stuff.

I wish I wasn't at work I could use some brew
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you still over sea's todd?
Yup. For another 2 1/2 months anyways. That's why I haven't been on much lately.
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but then ya got shaving cream all over lol
70 or 90 % rubbing alcohol's even cheaper, though it may not last as long. Lasting as in # of showers before reapply.
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Yup. For another 2 1/2 months anyways. That's why I haven't been on much lately.
makes sense, keep safe and get home soon man!
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Sounds like I'll pick up some rainx for the ranger tonight. Also read about their de fogger for windows. It might help keep my camper shell from fogging up in the mornings.
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I was reading about this and it sounds pretty good. Below is info on what the product does.

Features:
# Dramatically improves wet weather driving visibility
# Apply to exterior glass
# Repels rain, sleet and snow
# Makes for easy removal of frost, ice, salt, mud and bugs

Has anyone had experience with this product? It would be nice to get rid of all the bug splatter easier, plus the other benefits.
I've been using it for years. I use the simple add-to-your-washer-fluid version. What helps is if you initially treat the windshield with the direct application stuff, and then the washer fluid supplies "maintenance".

It's definitely useful, IMO.
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I used it recently from a trial wipe application. It worked great for my ride up to school...7 hours in the rain. Barely have to use the wipers it just sheets off.
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awesome stuff
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