|Manufacturer||Green Earth Technologies|
|Brand||Green Earth Technologies|
|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.12 x 2.5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||1214|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1214|
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Green Earth Technologies 1214 G-Clean Hydrophobic Rain Repellent - 3 oz.
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- Vastly improves driver's visibility
- Nano-sized particles penetrate deep into the windshield and form a thorough bond to the glass that repels rain, ice, snow and road grime
- Contains 100% bio-based ingredients
- Does not sacrifice effectiveness
- Simply spray onto clean windshield and wipe with a clean, dry paper towel
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Totally Green Hydrophobic Rain repellent. G-GLASS Rain Repellent is a patent pending hydrophobic glass treatment made form American grown base oils that now puts the power of nanotechnology into the hands of the consumer. G-GLASS Rain Repellent's nano-sized particles penetrates deep into the windshield and forms a chemical bond, repelling rain, ice, snow, bugs and road grime for months. Best of all, G-Glass Rain Repellent does not rinse off; eventually it wears off during the wiper cycle lasting up to 6 months.
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A few things are to be remembered: first, the glass must be cleaned thoroughly before the application, any other repellent remaining on the glass will prevent binding of this one to the glass and unpleasant film residue will appear on the surface, so don't clean the glass with "Invisible Glass" or other cleaners that have water repellent added; second, do not overspray, for what goes into the towel is wasted; third, rub it in well, wait a little and wipe thoroughly with a dry towel (basically, follow the instructions on the label.) Application takes less effort than application of RainX, but rubbing and wiping are still necessary. Fourth, avoid white kitchen paper towels, use the blue shop towels instead because kitchen towels often have softening agents in the paper, and those agents are basically fats, and fat leaves streaks on the glass and affects performance of any water repellent.
This repellent sticks to plastics, which is a great benefit for those who ride. RainX doesn't stick to face shields and motorcycle windshields, this thing does. The effect on plastics is not as great as on the glass, but it is there.
I applied the product in accordance with the directions onto an old windshield (7 years old, over 140,000 miles) that has had regular (roughly 2-3 times per year) applications of Rain-X over its life. It had been quite a while (over 6 months) since the last application.
Over the subsequent several days, we drove in the rain quite a bit. The performance of G-Clean was decent, albeit significantly less than I was used to with Rain-X, but knowing that these products can last a very long time, I will give it several more applications to ensure that the previous applications of Rain-X are not adversely affecting the performance of the G-Clean.
Thus, for the time being, I have assigned four stars, and will withhold final judgment until I've given it a truly fair trial.
While I have no idea how often I may (or may not) have to reapply this product on any particular surface, its spray on, wipe off (until it vanishes) design is quick and easy, so reapplying it is not an issue. I was able to tell when I didn't put quite enough on at first after a quick rain, so I applied it once more and it was fine. Regardless of being bio-based, the smell is very potent, so I hold my breath before I put it on.
I will be buying more of this when the bottle runs out, but I really didn't use that much on the two windshields it's been applied to so far - seems like it should last for a while.
I'm a convert.
I used Invisible Glass with a microfibre to clean the windshield, made sure it was dry and then just applied this stuff with paper towel.