Rain-X Value Pack  200ml Rain Repellent and 200ml Anti-Fog Solutions in store Tesco Extra Grimsby - Maybe National £5
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Rain-X Value Pack 200ml Rain Repellent and 200ml Anti-Fog Solutions in store Tesco Extra Grimsby - Maybe National £5

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Edited by:"dparr59"Found 9th Oct
The Rain-X Value Pack contains the 200ml Rain Repellent and 200ml Anti-Fog Solutions.


The Rain-X Value Pack contains two essential items that will ensure


your windscreen remains clear throughout your journey, both inside and


out, whatever the weather.




Rain-X Rain Repellent will ensure visibility remains at its best when


driving in wet weather. The hydrophobic coating will ensure raindrops


fly off your windscreen when travelling at speeds of 30MPH and higher.


It will also make for easy removal of frost and ice in the cold weather.




Rain-X Anti-Fog is designed to eliminate interior condensation caused


by wet weather, temperature changes and high humidity levels. This will


ensure you can get on your way much quicker when these conditions are


present.

Top comments

Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very well

Maybe it's me, but tried the rain repellent on both our cars and when the wipers go to clear any rain, the windscreen blurs for a couple of seconds. Couldn't wait for it to wear off!!
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What is this! Never seen this before, does it actually work?

The Rain X is good but make sure your screen is clean before you apply it. I have never tried the anti fog. If I can get it for £5 I will give it a try.

strong12 h, 39 m ago

What is this! Never seen this before, does it actually work?


Both good products. Voted hot!

RainX beads rain on the windscreen meaning when travelling at greater speeds than 30-40mph the droplets will just flow off the windscreen without the need for the wipers to be on. Best to put the stuff in an old spray bottle then spray it on the windscreen and then spread it using a microfibre cloth. Best to re-do every 6-8 weeks - a bottle this size should easily last you more than a year.

The anti-fog you put on the inside of the windscreen - to stop it misting up when the air is damp!


Combine this with the £5 back from Amex and you could get 4 bottles for just £5. hotukdeals.com/dea…459
Edited by: "Van1973" 9th Oct

So when I get stopped for speeding I can just say the visibility at 50 is much better than 30

Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very well

strong13 h, 12 m ago

What is this! Never seen this before, does it actually work?

Yep. Use this stuff all the time. More effective at higher speeds ie motorway driving. Creates a beading effect on windscreen so you'll hardly need to use wipers to see

Maybe it's me, but tried the rain repellent on both our cars and when the wipers go to clear any rain, the windscreen blurs for a couple of seconds. Couldn't wait for it to wear off!!

0901salmoc34 m ago

Yep. Use this stuff all the time. More effective at higher speeds ie …Yep. Use this stuff all the time. More effective at higher speeds ie motorway driving. Creates a beading effect on windscreen so you'll hardly need to use wipers to see


Can be good around 30mph if applied correctly.

Great price. I use the trigger spray glass cleaner on the house windows after cleaning them. Keeps them clear for longer. This stuff works really well (if you follow the instructions, it's horrendous if you don't)

I've been usin RainX for years and it's Brilliant BUT ONLY if you follow the directions (which isn't rocket science) a clean window is a must then apply leave for 5 minutes to dry then mist with water and tissue off -- I always do this twice to be sure to be sure lol lasts about 3/4 months just did mine two days ago first time from July

VN1252502 h, 1 m ago

Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very …Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very well[Video]

Thanx for posting the vid, will try the shaving foam

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Edited by: "guttediam" 9th Oct

pretty poor for city driving, eg. under 30-40 miles/h, you have to use wipers and they make rainx dissapear quickly, I applied once and won't try again unless for eurotrip etc

VN1252502 h, 17 m ago

Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very …Instead of using rain x anti fog I find that shaving gel works very well[Video]


So do I, but the razor blades leave scratches all over the windscreen.

PMX56 m ago

I've been usin RainX for years and it's Brilliant BUT ONLY if you follow …I've been usin RainX for years and it's Brilliant BUT ONLY if you follow the directions (which isn't rocket science) a clean window is a must then apply leave for 5 minutes to dry then mist with water and tissue off -- I always do this twice to be sure to be sure lol lasts about 3/4 months just did mine two days ago first time from July


Is there any point in using this for predominantly town driving?

would this be any good for a rear window without a wiper.
I need to be able to mount a rear facing camera and need to see out of the window & didn't factor in the lack of wiper !

strong15 h, 45 m ago

What is this! Never seen this before, does it actually work?


YES it works but slightly confused, the Rain-X does not just bead water but it is also anti-fog itself. So far works perfectly, brought it for £3 on Amazon

Not sure how the anti-fog works, as the rain-X can be used inside and outside and leaves a coating. Seems they are marketing a weaker solution to use inside the car - my guess

Heard this works well on bathroom mirrors to keep them demisted, can't vouch for it myself though

bob_regis46 m ago

Is there any point in using this for predominantly town driving?



Depends how fast you drive around town

I find over winter the frost doesn't get quite as good a grip on the screen with RainX on making it easier to clear on those frosty mornings. Been using RainX on my motorcycle visors for donkeys years, There is another product whose name escapes me at the minute that is meant to be a little better but the cost was greater so I never bothered with it.

Predikuesi4 h, 39 m ago

So do I, but the razor blades leave scratches all over the windscreen.


Yeah those bloody hairs on the glass

I bought the RainX Anti Fog product before and it does work. However, at night time when the street light shines on to the windscreen, it makes the windscreen glare really bad.

Sphere22 h, 20 m ago

Maybe it's me, but tried the rain repellent on both our cars and when the …Maybe it's me, but tried the rain repellent on both our cars and when the wipers go to clear any rain, the windscreen blurs for a couple of seconds. Couldn't wait for it to wear off!!


Same here only it took months to wear off. Really damaged my windscreen.

The rain repellent IS a bit of a pain to use, I use their glass cleaner, which is soo much easier, works VERY well, keeps screen cleaner for longer too, didn't think much at all for the anti fog for interior of screen, did not work, actually looked worse on damp mornings :-(

Nothing in the Swindon Tesco
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