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Rain X Rain Repellent and Glass Cleaner (50% off) @ £4.00 with Amazon Add-on

£4.00 @ Amazon
Retails in Halfords @ £7.99 for the 500ml Rain X via Amazon Add-on selling for £4.00 for the 500ml minimum £20 spend. However, it looks as though it has been this price for a few days already. Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Retails in Halfords @ £7.99 for the 500ml

Rain X via Amazon Add-on selling for £4.00 for the 500ml minimum £20 spend.

However, it looks as though it has been this price for a few days already.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B002G27G98/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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1 Like #1
Was this price in Asda too I think? Got some a few weeks back for the shower.
#2
I used the non-glass cleaner repellent and it worked well on the shower and my spectacles but I was put off putting it actually on my car due to the apparent interference with rain-sensing wipers.
#3
Does anyone know if this works ok/safely on glasses?
Big annoyance for me when hillwalking is when it rains and I struggle to see .
will thus keep them clear ?
#4
Does anybody know of a similar product that helps to keep the frost/ice forming on a car's windscreen? At the moment, I use one of those silver reflective sun blinds for the front windscreen, but still end up having to defrost the rest of the glass around the car? Thank you.
1 Like #5
Sophiasky
Does anybody know of a similar product that helps to keep the frost/ice forming on a car's windscreen? At the moment, I use one of those silver reflective sun blinds for the front windscreen, but still end up having to defrost the rest of the glass around the car? Thank you.


Do you have two keys to your car? I solved this problem by turning my car on 15 mins before leaving for work :D
#6
M0nk3h
I used the non-glass cleaner repellent and it worked well on the shower and my spectacles but I was put off putting it actually on my car due to the apparent interference with rain-sensing wipers.


What interference is this? Would it be remedied by not putting it on the bit near the rain sensor (e.g.: my sensor is at the top of the windscreen where the rear view mirror is attached to the window)
1 Like #7
tek-monkey
Was this price in Asda too I think? Got some a few weeks back for the shower.


Does that mean you don't have to towel yourself when you get out?
2 Likes #8
Horrible stuff, going no where near my windows!
#9
whiteston
tek-monkey
Was this price in Asda too I think? Got some a few weeks back for the shower.
Does that mean you don't have to towel yourself when you get out?
I use neverwet now :D

http://www.neverwet.com/
#10
Sophiasky
Does anybody know of a similar product that helps to keep the frost/ice forming on a car's windscreen? At the moment, I use one of those silver reflective sun blinds for the front windscreen, but still end up having to defrost the rest of the glass around the car? Thank you.

Read this elsewhere, haven't tested it myself.

Wipe the windows and windscreen of your vehicle down with white vinegar, undiluted, after you park your car for the night. This will prevent frost from building on your car.
#11
Seems to be £6.95 now
#12
tek-monkey
whiteston
tek-monkey
Was this price in Asda too I think? Got some a few weeks back for the shower.
Does that mean you don't have to towel yourself when you get out?
I use neverwet now :Dhttp://www.neverwet.com/

Marketing sounds and looks good but after watching a few real-life tests on youtube including this one on car windscreens, I'm not fully convinced.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gZ-KxbFdB0
1 Like #13
Great on the sides but DON'T use it on the front!
#14
Still 4quid at Asda or 3squid for the concentrated stuff
#15
bought from Halfords and stains the front window once dry won't recommend.
#16
kodivius
bought from Halfords and stains the front window once dry won't recommend.


It has a very specific way of usage to apply correctly. Google it and try again :)

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