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

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Posted 4th Oct
  • 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
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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!
Rain-X Anti-Fog is easy to apply, just ensure the surface is fully clean before application. Only a small amount is required for the formula to be effective. Apply Rain-X Anti-Fog to a paper towel or dry cotton cloth and wipe across the glass surface. Allow to dry, and re-apply for a first time application. Once dry, buff off any excess until surface is clear – if any haze appears due to excess application, sprinkle with water and wipe over with a dry cloth or paper towel until clear.
Please note: Do not use on – Plastics, Painted, treated or coated surfaces, or on manually tinted glass.

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Just don't breath and problem solved
Just put the air-conditioning on warm/hot setting. Job done.
simes04/10/2019 17:40

Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as …Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as if its smeared with grease.Definitely don't put it on the windscreen.



because you need to keep on wiping it hardly until the glass is clear
in fact there is a simple way to make any glass anti fog, just put a drop of dish soap on a piece of newspaper and wipe your glass with it, it will first look like the glass is greasy but keep on wiping until the glass is clear again
you can try on your bathroom mirror when you'll take a shower you will notice no fog on it
Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as if its smeared with grease.
Definitely don't put it on the windscreen.
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Good price - but once you use Duxback you dont look back
Hwat added for price but not a great product imo.
rhythmandsoul04/10/2019 17:25

Good price - but once you use Duxback you dont look back



never heard of that but looks good, only for exterior though from the write up on Halfords site and this is the interior version of rain x. Though still gets poor reviews
Edited by: "eslick" 4th Oct
Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as if its smeared with grease.
Definitely don't put it on the windscreen.
I like rainx, but not this stuff. As per simes...
simes04/10/2019 17:40

Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as …Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as if its smeared with grease.Definitely don't put it on the windscreen.


I used it last winter and it wasn't too bad on the windscreen after a second buff with a microfibre towel. I also dried it using the car heater on a low setting - that may have helped. Very handy if you don't want to be hanging about in the morning.
simes04/10/2019 17:40

Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as …Read the reviews, the problem with anti-fog is it makes your glass look as if its smeared with grease.Definitely don't put it on the windscreen.



because you need to keep on wiping it hardly until the glass is clear
in fact there is a simple way to make any glass anti fog, just put a drop of dish soap on a piece of newspaper and wipe your glass with it, it will first look like the glass is greasy but keep on wiping until the glass is clear again
you can try on your bathroom mirror when you'll take a shower you will notice no fog on it
Just use branded shaving foam and buff it off using a damp microfiber towel.
Just been in Hemel Tesco and it’s the same price in there.
bargainBooze04/10/2019 18:47

Just use branded shaving foam and buff it off using a damp microfiber …Just use branded shaving foam and buff it off using a damp microfiber towel.


50 + years ago coach/lorry drivers were using shampoo to prevent misting and it is still effective now.
Just put the air-conditioning on warm/hot setting. Job done.
Just don't breath and problem solved
good price perhaps,but a poor product.

i tried this last year, carefully cleaning the screen first, then applying it as directed, making sure it was polished clear after with a new micro fibre cloth . The result was much less 'fogging' but the screen definitely looked all smeared and greasy first thing in the morning, especially in sunlight, even though in daytime/daylight it looked clear and fine... the end result it was a lot of effort, for limited benefit. After i while is resorted to thoroughly cleaning the screen again just to get the stuff off.

Rainex's exterior water repellent is a much better product that does work, (although it is now bettered by other products like Duxback, since Rainex apparently altered the formulation some time ago.)
Edited by: "m1kes" 4th Oct
Neat fairy liquid works the same
InTheKnow44404/10/2019 22:44

Neat fairy liquid works the same


True,many very cheap products contain surfacents.
£3 in Asda and Halfords will price match Asda’s and Amazon
use shaving foam the cheapest one you can find. wipe it over the screen and wipe clean... cheapest life hack ever
This stuff is good on shower inside
U can cough over the glass and smear the phlegm on it. Wipe it away, and there u go.. anti fog

Kindest regards
Got this last year, didn't really do anything apart from leaving my windscreen a mess, company wasn't very helpful when contacted either!
Completely useless product
Don’t buy. You will regret using it. Lol
Had bought it and send back for a full refund as it does not do what it says on the tin
Edited by: "chouglez" 6th Oct
bargainBooze04/10/2019 18:47

Just use branded shaving foam and buff it off using a damp microfiber …Just use branded shaving foam and buff it off using a damp microfiber towel.


Shaving foam or gel? I've heard foam doesn't work as well...?
£3 in ASDA too
I agree with many of the posters that this is a real PITA, i.e. elbow grease while contorting your body to get the whole windscreen, before you get to a point where it's not a visibly greasy mess. IMO it's effects don't last long enough to justify the effort in the car...

However on bathroom mirrors it's really really good and a bottle should last you literally forever... I enjoy leaving bits off so the OH is presented with a random face, or other dodgy picture when she takes a shower

External rainx stuff does exactly what it says on the tin tho, love the stuff when I can be bothered to apply it. Makes wet motorway trips all the more enjoyable, because often you don't need the wipers on as much.
Edited by: "rendeverance" 6th Oct
WD40 polish onto exterior glass
ncd04/10/2019 19:41

Just put the air-conditioning on warm/hot setting. Job done.


I don't understand why people ever switch the AC off in cars. You're not really supposed to - the compressor has to be running at least ocassionally to stay lubricated, and having it on dries the air which prevents the interior smelling like a damp rag.
firstofficer06/10/2019 04:13

U can cough over the glass and smear the phlegm on it. Wipe it away, and …U can cough over the glass and smear the phlegm on it. Wipe it away, and there u go.. anti fogKindest regards


Omg🤧... guess I won't be sitting in your car then
Terrible on windscreens as just leaves some kind of smeary film which doesn’t seem safe when driving. Works ok on bathroom mirrors though
ciderno106/10/2019 11:20

Omg🤧... guess I won't be sitting in your car then


It's perfectly clean otherwise... I guarantee it...

Kindest regards
vibz199106/10/2019 09:03

Shaving foam or gel? I've heard foam doesn't work as well...?


either but Gel works better, use branded as the cheap stuff doesn't last long
vibz199106/10/2019 09:03

Shaving foam or gel? I've heard foam doesn't work as well...?


i use the cheapest stuff for the mirrors in my bathroom lasts for a few weeks never tried on cars though really.
gambiting06/10/2019 10:50

I don't understand why people ever switch the AC off in cars. You're not …I don't understand why people ever switch the AC off in cars. You're not really supposed to - the compressor has to be running at least ocassionally to stay lubricated, and having it on dries the air which prevents the interior smelling like a damp rag.


Probably because it supposedly adds 8-10% to your running costs in fuel. Air con on for 10 mins once or twice a month is enough to keep itlubricated.
gambiting06/10/2019 10:50

I don't understand why people ever switch the AC off in cars. You're not …I don't understand why people ever switch the AC off in cars. You're not really supposed to - the compressor has to be running at least ocassionally to stay lubricated, and having it on dries the air which prevents the interior smelling like a damp rag.


Some of us have been old cars without air conditioning and other such luxuries. My options are to turn in the cold air demister in fulland freeze my fingers in the process or drive with the window slightly open to stop the windscreen fogging up. Neither is ideal when it’s a freezing cold morning.
Also £3 in Asda as well as the windscreen rain repellent
Edited by: "rossmovesfresh" 7th Oct
ncd04/10/2019 19:41

Just put the air-conditioning on warm/hot setting. Job done.


Increases fuel consumption.
Edited by: "moob" 8th Oct
moob07/10/2019 13:15

Increases fuel economy.


Marginally, as opposed to buying a product that has questionable effectiveness?
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