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Rain-X rain repellent, reduced to £1.50 (was £5.00) at Asda instore
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Rain-X rain repellent, reduced to £1.50 (was £5.00) at Asda instore

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Posted 8th MarLocal
Improves visibility by repelling rain, snow and sleet. Asda instore, showing as £3 online.





  • 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!


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


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KingAwKings4 h, 31 m ago

Will it work on the kitchen Windows at home?


No. Front room and landing windows only I'm afraid.
Great stuff, use it on shower screens to minimize cleaning.
If you have ever experienced the moment of zero visibility, overtaking a second lane hgv on the motorway in heavy rain, and would like to avoid a repeat of that cardiac stimulation, buy this.
Edited by: "dogpatch" 8th Mar
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Great stuff, use it on shower screens to minimize cleaning.
mtcleaning83_.14 m ago

Great stuff, use it on shower screens to minimize cleaning.


Same here currently using it on the tiles as well as shower screen ands seems to be fine.
Good stuff, use it on my motorbike helmet and it works wonders. Rain looks cool streaming off it, too.
Is it safe to use in the shower -
not on yourself of course. The concern being any chemicals leaching off and ending up being absorbed by the shower user’s skin
National? In both Asda and George? Quite fancy trying this stuff bus My neatest George is a bit far away...
Edited by: "the_mercy_of_percy" 8th Mar
i use the spray version, its 2in1, both a window cleaner and rain repellent, very convenient.
For anyone about to buy this, it's only really viable at higher speeds. If you mainly drive in the city you won't see it much use.
If you have ever experienced the moment of zero visibility, overtaking a second lane hgv on the motorway in heavy rain, and would like to avoid a repeat of that cardiac stimulation, buy this.
Edited by: "dogpatch" 8th Mar
the_mercy_of_percy55 m ago

National? In both Asda and George? Quite fancy trying this stuff bus My …National? In both Asda and George? Quite fancy trying this stuff bus My neatest George is a bit far away...


Defo worth it. Anything about 40mph you don’t need windscreen wipers in the rain coz it just scampers up the window
I use it on the rear window of my sports car as it doesn't have a wiper and works a treat
Diluted washing up liquid does something similar, used it for years on visors before these products became available.
I made the mistake of actually using this on my car windscreen and it's awful stuff
Just ends up smearing the windscreen after a few weeks. Anyone have any tips in how to remove it?
Edited by: "Snapdrag0n" 8th Mar
frenchian4 h, 51 m ago

Diluted washing up liquid does something similar, used it for years on …Diluted washing up liquid does something similar, used it for years on visors before these products became available.


Try pinlock if you are still using a helmet without it. It's a day and night difference. I cannot imagine using ever a helmet without it.
Will it work on the kitchen Windows at home?
KingAwKings4 h, 23 m ago

Will it work on the kitchen Windows at home?


Yes, just dont make the mistake some have assuming its a window cleaning product, its puts a coating on the glass to repel water.
I'd suggest clean the window with water and a cloth then coat it and then reclean with water and a cloth only.
Great stuff. I use it on my teeth to minimise cleaning.
KingAwKings4 h, 31 m ago

Will it work on the kitchen Windows at home?


No. Front room and landing windows only I'm afraid.
Isn’t price incorrect? States £1.50 but it’s £3? Still cheap but am I missing anything?
Snapdrag0n08/03/2019 21:55

Just ends up smearing the windscreen after a few weeks. Anyone have any …Just ends up smearing the windscreen after a few weeks. Anyone have any tips in how to remove it?


Did you use it on the inside of the windscreen? If so you need something heavy duty to get it off!
Damienzz16 h, 27 m ago

For anyone about to buy this, it's only really viable at higher speeds. If …For anyone about to buy this, it's only really viable at higher speeds. If you mainly drive in the city you won't see it much use.


Unless you speed of course!
Edited by: "suduck68" 9th Mar
Hits709/03/2019 08:55

Isn’t price incorrect? States £1.50 but it’s £3? Still cheap but am I missi …Isn’t price incorrect? States £1.50 but it’s £3? Still cheap but am I missing anything?


Look above it tells you it's instore offer, and that the online price is £3
Its good! READ THE INSTRUCTIONS! whenever inread negative reviews on this, the reason is they applied it wrong.
suduck6809/03/2019 09:01

Did you use it on the inside of the windscreen? If so you need something …Did you use it on the inside of the windscreen? If so you need something heavy duty to get it off!


No it was on the outside. I've tried 50% white vinegar but that didn't work.
Recommended. Also stops frost and snow sticking now the early summer is over. Use on headlamps and external mirrors. The is a different anti-fog product from Rain-X for interior car windows
Snapdrag0n09/03/2019 11:24

No it was on the outside. I've tried 50% white vinegar but that didn't …No it was on the outside. I've tried 50% white vinegar but that didn't work.


It comes off over time, usually gone within a month of normal car use. If you're trying to force it off though I don't know what product can cut into it
Snapdrag0n09/03/2019 11:24

No it was on the outside. I've tried 50% white vinegar but that didn't …No it was on the outside. I've tried 50% white vinegar but that didn't work.


I read somewhere ethanol will do the trick.
burga19824 h, 30 m ago

Look above it tells you it's instore offer, and that the online price is £3


Has anyone actually got it for £1.50 instore?
suduck6857 m ago

I read somewhere ethanol will do the trick.


Will give it a try with some IPA. Thanks
This works pretty damn well. Isn't permanent but honestly you could drive quite safely without wipers.
£3.00 at Asda bilton today. 588 degrees, 31 comments and nobody has confirmed the price.
Snapdrag0n8th Mar

Just ends up smearing the windscreen after a few weeks. Anyone have any …Just ends up smearing the windscreen after a few weeks. Anyone have any tips in how to remove it?



dunc3609th Mar

It comes off over time, usually gone within a month of normal car use. If …It comes off over time, usually gone within a month of normal car use. If you're trying to force it off though I don't know what product can cut into it


I have had success with this product. smearing I think I got because I didn't wipe the screen with water after application, but I got the smearing off by wiping with scrunched up newspaper when the window and paper are dry.
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