Rain X Anti Fog Glass Treatment, 200ml £3 @ Amazon (Add On Item)
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Rain X Anti Fog Glass Treatment, 200ml £3 @ Amazon (Add On Item)

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Posted 6th Nov
Decent price here for it from Amazon, part of the add-on program, so you'd need a basket of £20 or more.

Description
Rain-X Anti-Fog is designed to eliminate interior condensation caused by wet weather, high humidity levels or temperature changes. The formula prevents misting up of internal windows and mirrors, and even works well under high humidity conditions. This makes it ideal to reduce condensation forming on interior automotive glass, such as windows and mirrors, especially on those cold, damp days. It is also suitable for use on bathroom mirrors to eliminate steaming!

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  • Prevents interior fogging before it can start
  • Suitable for use in high humidity conditions
  • Reduces time in waiting for fog to clear
  • Ensures clear visibility is maintained when fogging is likely to occur
  • Suitable for use on bathroom mirrors

Hope it helps someone.
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Reviews for this are utterly terrible - I used it many years ago and it seemed quite good to me - why the terrible reviews. Has it changed?
DrBones06/11/2019 18:12

Reviews for this are utterly terrible - I used it many years ago and it …Reviews for this are utterly terrible - I used it many years ago and it seemed quite good to me - why the terrible reviews. Has it changed?


I have it and it works perfectly on a 2003 Honda Civic - not sure about the reviews.
DrBones06/11/2019 18:12

Reviews for this are utterly terrible - I used it many years ago and it …Reviews for this are utterly terrible - I used it many years ago and it seemed quite good to me - why the terrible reviews. Has it changed?


Some people done apply it properly. I normally do a few coats with rain x stuff and make sure the window is clean before hand
This is £3 in Asda still too!
Also £3 in Asda, bought some yesterday marked at £5 but scanned at £3.
Will this work on my glasses ??
Used this on my bathroom mirror to try it out before putting on windscreen. Seems decent to me
I vave seen on YouTube the person compare it to shaving foame and result has been almost the same.
Next day I have cleaned front and side windows in my car then apply shaving foame and polish it till clear and it worked for 2 weeks not a problem.
I have bought this from Asda for £3 but honestly, I don't think this is good. There will be streak marks and over time, some residue will form on the windscreen.

And, one time when it was really cold, the layer that was applied was frozen..

But for £3, could give it a go ! But for me, I probably will give it a miss in the future
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