Rain X £3.25 at Eurocarparts
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Rain X £3.25 at Eurocarparts

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Found 8th Dec 2017
Normally £5 wherever else I could find it (Halfords etc)

With the code WEEKEND35 comes to £3.25. Also free delivery if you don't have a store nearby.

Eurocarparts have, almost if not every weekend have 30% to 35% off code most of the items but I think it makes this a bargain

Rain X Rain Repellent 200mlRain X rain repellent improves wet weather visibility and safety by creating an invisible hydrophobic coating that repels rain sleet and snow.

  • Simply apply to a clean window with a cotton cloth.
  • The unique formula then stops the rain water from settling on the windscreen.
  • No need to re-aply for 3 months.
  • a clearer view ahead means safer driving!
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lozmeister1 m ago

I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better …I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better value...



G1 ClearVision Smart Glass (15ml) £12.73

Aye, great value that is
s50m31 m ago

have you tried it?



Yes. It does the same job, but costs £165.49 for 200ml rather than under a fiver.

Cracking!
Darkraiser1 h, 18 m ago

Ordered and I don't even have a car


I use on the shower door
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I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better value...
lozmeister1 m ago

I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better …I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better value...



G1 ClearVision Smart Glass (15ml) £12.73

Aye, great value that is
hotukbeard1 m ago

G1 ClearVision Smart Glass (15ml) £12.73Aye, great value that is


have you tried it?
s50m31 m ago

have you tried it?



Yes. It does the same job, but costs £165.49 for 200ml rather than under a fiver.

Cracking!
s50m38 m ago

have you tried it?


What m3 did you put an s50 in?
got a couple to give it a go

cheers OP
Works really well also can recommend the rain x window cleaner both excellent products
Edited by: "DJGOLARGE" 8th Dec 2017
Let us know how much you pay for it instore. I've found that Eurocarparts round up (with click and collect anyway). So if something is £3.99 they will charge you £4. I spoke to a staff member and he said many had complained but nothing is done about it. He said it's worse for people who buy lots of stuff ending in 97p - as it rounds up also. I asked if they were a good employer and he said NO!
Heat!
Edited by: "Monaco.Blue" 8th Dec 2017
Thank you been meaning to get some of this and just keep forgetting heat added
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Monaco.Blue5 m ago

Let us know how much you pay for it instore. I've found that Eurocarparts …Let us know how much you pay for it instore. I've found that Eurocarparts round up (with click and collect anyway). So if something is £3.99 they will charge you £4. I spoke to a staff member and he said many had complained but nothing is done about it. He said it's worse for people who buy lots of stuff ending in 97p - as it rounds up also. I asked if they were a good employer and he said NO!Heat!


Reserved online and will pay in store. Price clear on the reservation can't see it being a problem in this case anyway
robm61220 m ago

What m3 did you put an s50 in?


I didn't, came in the E36 and I had a Z M Coupe which had the same engine 3.2
lozmeister34 m ago

I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better …I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better value...


Not everyone knows quality over quantity
Dont forget some TCB or QC!
Good only for motorway drive, 40+ mph, so you don't use wipers.
I had to sell this when I worked at Halfords about 10years ago. I was surprised how good it is, heat added!8)
Great deal - thanks mate
Gtechniq lasted over a year on my car. But I wouldn't bother with either unless your a motorway muncher
Used this years ago on the inside of the windscreen to stop it misting in the winter.
Is it still suitable or has the formula changed?
Good stuff, gone back to rain x over more expensive brands.
raykoko48 m ago

Used this years ago on the inside of the windscreen to stop it misting in …Used this years ago on the inside of the windscreen to stop it misting in the winter.Is it still suitable or has the formula changed?


I'd like to know too, drives me bananas on my car.

For £3 it's probably worth a shot.
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EndemicAlarm3 m ago

I'd like to know too, drives me bananas on my car.For £3 it's probably …I'd like to know too, drives me bananas on my car.For £3 it's probably worth a shot.


eurocarparts.com/ecp…328

Try this for inside, same code same price
Noiice
ordered thanks
ordered, cheers

e2a: Blimey - ordered mine to collect and ended up walking out after 10 minutes - to sell stuff, you have to have people at the counter to hand stuff out and take money - no staff=no sale
Edited by: "BrackHammers" 9th Dec 2017
Ordered and I don't even have a car
Darkraiser1 h, 18 m ago

Ordered and I don't even have a car


I use on the shower door
It's showing £4.99 now 😞 looks lime I missed this one
leekiernan4 h, 33 m ago

I use on the shower door


How long does it last on the shower door?
MJGM11 h, 48 m ago

Reserved online and will pay in store. Price clear on the reservation …Reserved online and will pay in store. Price clear on the reservation can't see it being a problem in this case anyway



Ditto, I did this with oil. Price was clear on the reservation email, I paid a penny more for each item instore. 2p extra is no biggie, I had a furtive conversation about it with the cashier, who confirmed rounding up was a 'disgusting' thing they did. His terminology not mine. I was grateful for my half price oil. I guess it's an invitation to treat, and I accepted! I've reserved the Rain X also, and as long as I am not charged £4 instore I'm good
Have some heat I love this stuff , as earlier posters said it is only good if you are really going over 50mph but as I do quite a bit of motorway driving it clears my windscreen without ever to have wipers on.
I apply it 3 times and let it dry inbetween coats.
This works really well on my GoPro case when I use it underwater. When you resurface the water runs off so you get a clear image without the water spots. - This is cheap too.. heat added!
Edited by: "Beetrootkiller" 9th Dec 2017
Anyone who says this kind of product is good hasn't used it for very long.

Agreed that the initial performance is excellent and it will allow you to drive without wipers. However, once the effect starts to wear it cannot be restored to the level of the initial effect with further applications unless you clean the windscreen extensively with fairly horrible (and generally unavailable) aggressive solvents.

Eventually this means you will have to use your wipers. Unfortunately, now that you've made your windscreen hydrophobic they will convert any persistant rain droplets into a nicely obscuring film of microdroplets which make driving at night horrible.

There is a reason that car manufacturers don't apply this stuff to windscreen.
lozmeister14 h, 32 m ago

I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better …I think the Gtechniq range of rain repellent products represents better value...


Much much better stuff. Rain X is useless. Constantly having to reapply and it's nowhere near as good as Gtechniq.

It is a lot more expensive but you put it on and then forget about it for 2 years. It also stops ice forming on your windows.

I use it on all of my cars including my track car because it's so good at high speeds and gives you one less thing to worry about.

Take into account how much rain X you have to keep reapplying and your time and it's a no brainer for me. People are just tight though.
I can really vouch for this stuff ,used it many years ago in the States my windscreen wipers stopped working ,put this stuff on and it was better than wipers even in the worst conditions !
This stuff is really useful on our glass shower cubicle. Apply every couple of months, and prevents all the limescale staining!
davester2k2 h, 9 m ago

Anyone who says this kind of product is good hasn't used it for very …Anyone who says this kind of product is good hasn't used it for very long.Agreed that the initial performance is excellent and it will allow you to drive without wipers. However, once the effect starts to wear it cannot be restored to the level of the initial effect with further applications unless you clean the windscreen extensively with fairly horrible (and generally unavailable) aggressive solvents.Eventually this means you will have to use your wipers. Unfortunately, now that you've made your windscreen hydrophobic they will convert any persistant rain droplets into a nicely obscuring film of microdroplets which make driving at night horrible.There is a reason that car manufacturers don't apply this stuff to windscreen.



Is it gonna completely wear off eventually without damaging the windscreen?
Thanks OP,

Have some heat!
Horrible unless on the motorway.
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