Rain X Rain Repellent 200ml £3 instore / online @ Asda
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Rain X Rain Repellent 200ml £3 instore / online @ Asda

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Found 7th Jan
Asda are doing Rain X on roll back at £3...saw it in store this evening, (think they had the anti fog one too..)
For those who are fans....
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mymymy13 m ago

My carport is what I use 😁


Is it on wheels?
Also used it on glass shower door!
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Thanks for sharing @renoman , I've added a link because it's available online for £3 too, heat added
Much better than EuroCarParts. Avoid! Worst company ever
Minimum £25 spend online unfortunately and that’s a lot of RainX...

Used it years ago and it was a great product then so have ordered some from Eurocarparts, as I have never had an issue with their delivery.
Edited by: "mamil1967" 7th Jan
My carport is what I use 😁
mymymy13 m ago

My carport is what I use 😁


Is it on wheels?
stefwalker35 m ago

Much better than EuroCarParts. Avoid! Worst company ever


??? I use ECP for most of my car parts - bulbs, wipers, oil, filters etc.
bradevosprint4 m ago

Is it on wheels?


No, now that would be silly.

It's got wings, a bit blew away lol
stefwalker52 m ago

Much better than EuroCarParts. Avoid! Worst company ever


Never had a problem with Eurocarparts.Better price than Europarts if you are close to an Asda.
Thank you
Just to add, Asda have the RainX antifog with the same price reduction.
Also used it on glass shower door!
Heat added - for anyone who is not familiar with this product I strongly recommend it - easy to apply and works brilliantly - this makes driving in the rain markedly safer IMO
Oos noe
Cut potato in half and rub it on the glass
Just bought Rain x Rain and Rain x Anti-Fog from Asda Watford. Shelf price said £5 but both scanned at £3
Asda Llandudno scanned at £5, Asda Kinmel bay £3??? Strange.
Good
Isn't this the stuff that clings to your windscreen and is impossible to get off without industrial solvents?
I believe this is for glass only not perspex [think motorbikes]
Rain repellent? When it rains that's the only time my car gets a wash.
Will this stuff stop me from getting wet?
Codify17 h, 24 m ago

Isn't this the stuff that clings to your windscreen and is impossible to …Isn't this the stuff that clings to your windscreen and is impossible to get off without industrial solvents?


Yep , and it causes more problems than it cures. Worst of which is the dangerous fogging of the windscreen when you first drive off on a cold morning.
If you don't drive on motorways ( or other long journeys at high speed ), my advice is to stay well clear of these type of products.
BEWARE!
Came VERY close to having to replace a £600 windscreen on wife's car after using RainX - think it was described as cleaner and rain repellent (different formula?). Smeared so badly it was dangerous and the awful stuff resisted just about every solvent I could find in an attempt to get it off. Nice idea but simply doesn't work as intended.
Merely a personal update..
Rain X NEEDS to be applied SPARINGLY, ideally on a warmer day, follow the instructions on product to the LETTER, seriously..

IF its your first use of product, DO NOT go mad doing all windows in one go, maybe try passenger front area of windscreen ONLY and check results for yourselves..(WARNING, it does NOT take 2 minutes to apply, for impressive quality results!)
I HAVE previously done half the screen on MY CAR and the same for friends and family, all were impressed at results(and bought their own!, ...and completed the job) ...its amazing how much less you need the wipers, and how clean the screen keeps in comparison..(especially when gritters been out on roads, that annoying white spotting on glass!!)
I prefer the glass cleaner WITH Rain X, its in a trigger spray, and easier to use(results don't last as long though), this product is not on a roll back though..
Besford21 h, 4 m ago

BEWARE!Came VERY close to having to replace a £600 windscreen on wife's …BEWARE!Came VERY close to having to replace a £600 windscreen on wife's car after using RainX - think it was described as cleaner and rain repellent (different formula?). Smeared so badly it was dangerous and the awful stuff resisted just about every solvent I could find in an attempt to get it off. Nice idea but simply doesn't work as intended.


Same here. Tried everything to get it off due to smearing. Eventually removed most of it using alloy wheel cleaning acid.
Great price...

Heat OP!
Edited by: "slipd" 17th Jan
jon679th Jan

Same here. Tried everything to get it off due to smearing. Eventually …Same here. Tried everything to get it off due to smearing. Eventually removed most of it using alloy wheel cleaning acid.



lol dear lord
Thought about using this on my motrobike visor on the outside.... and the anti-fog on the inside..... hmmmm
Applied the rain x anti fog, put WAY too much. Smearing and cloudiness all over the windscreen. Had to use some rubbing alcohol to remove some of it. Was really dangerous driving at night last night, like someone smeared cake all over. On another note my freaking fence fell down today! Any decent deals on fence panels and posts?
Is this stuff any good during sleet?
lamboo34 m ago

Is this stuff any good during sleet?


Yes just add some to your shampoo in the morning and you're all set, even ducks will envious of you.
Another use for this is the outside glass on double glazed windows. Certain gases between the glass improve the thermal properties (I’m told). This happened to me after having a new window put in. Put some of this on, early morning misting no longer an issue.
Acer55 m ago

Another use for this is the outside glass on double glazed windows. …Another use for this is the outside glass on double glazed windows. Certain gases between the glass improve the thermal properties (I’m told). This happened to me after having a new window put in. Put some of this on, early morning misting no longer an issue.


Any idea about using it for condensation on bathroom windows?
Decent product

Make sure your windscreen is clean before applying and use sparingly. You only need the smallest amount. I recommend applying at least two thin layers, rather than one thick one.

Any comments about it being dangerous or difficult to remove are the result of it not being applied correctly.

A tip for that - product removes product. Counter-intuitive, I know!
Edited by: "MagicBeard" 18th Jan
stefwalker7th Jan

Much better than EuroCarParts. Avoid! Worst company ever


Really you must have had a bad day been using them for years top notch service!

Rainx - bit dodgy for cars but if you spray it on the end of yer willy its better than Durex for sure - problem is ye canny go for a wee after!
>;o)
Edited by: "omendata" 19th Jan
mymymy7th Jan

My carport is what I use 😁


Hmm i just use a plastic sheet or some newspaper but I am a bit of a tightarse!
This_Is_My_Username17th Jan

Any idea about using it for condensation on bathroom windows?


I’d have thought so, but I’m yet to try that.
omendata8 h, 28 m ago

Hmm i just use a plastic sheet or some newspaper but I am a bit of a …Hmm i just use a plastic sheet or some newspaper but I am a bit of a tightarse!


So am I, my car port struggled in the wind and needs repair with gaffer tape lol
omendata19 h, 11 m ago

Really you must have had a bad day been using them for years top notch …Really you must have had a bad day been using them for years top notch service!Rainx - bit dodgy for cars but if you spray it on the end of yer willy its better than Durex for sure - problem is ye canny go for a wee after!>;o)


A bad 7 weeks! Took 3 weeks to be delivered then was all leaking due to rubbish packaging then took 4 weeks to send me a replacement. A lot of other people had the same issues so not just a bad day unfortunately
stefwalker5 h, 39 m ago

A bad 7 weeks! Took 3 weeks to be delivered then was all leaking due to …A bad 7 weeks! Took 3 weeks to be delivered then was all leaking due to rubbish packaging then took 4 weeks to send me a replacement. A lot of other people had the same issues so not just a bad day unfortunately


Thats bad i must admit but i think its a one off they get great reviews on almost every website and i have been using em for years- cheapest prices and great delivery!

reviews.io/com…rts

uk.trustpilot.com/rev…com
Edited by: "omendata" 20th Jan
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