|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.8 x 6.9 x 7.7 inches|
|Item model number||800002243|
|Manufacturer Part Number||800002243|
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- Restores headlights and clear plastic by removing haze and discoloration
- Try Rain‑X Original Glass Water Repellent on your glass shower door and home glass windows for more water beading magic!
- Improves driving visibility and wiper blade performance
- An ideal windshield prep for Rain-X Original Treatment
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Dramatically improves wet weather driving visibility.
From the manufacturer
Rain‑X Original Glass Water Repellent gives you clearer vision in even the worst weather, protecting you and your family while giving you the confidence for what's ahead.
The magic is in the hydrophobic, water beading technology that repels rain, snow, and sleet. Watch water bead up and roll away as you drive, dramatically improving wet weather driving visibility.
How to use:
- Apply to a small, folded, dry cloth
- Wipe onto dry exterior glass
- Use circular motion
- Allow to dry; a haze may appear
- Remove haze with a dry cloth
Water Beading Technology
Rain-X is specially formulated to repel water, causing water to bead up and roll away. Watch rain fly off the windshield as you drive, dramatically improving wet weather driving visibility.
In tests conducted by a major university, Rain-X improved driving response time by a second or more, almost four car lengths of extra stopping distance at highway speeds.
First and Still the Best
Rain-X was the first glass water repellent to hit the automotive market and its water beading still lasts twice as long as the competition.
Experts in Visibility
Drivers have trusted Rain-X windshield treatments for over 40 years, giving you superior visibility, confidence, and preparing you for whatever comes your way.
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|Product Description||The original Rain-X. Water beading technology repels rain, snow, and sleet for superior wet weather driving visibility.||Fast and easy 2-IN-1 product both cleans exterior glass and applies Rain-X water beading technology.||Streak-free shine, specially formulated to quickly cut through dirt, bug residue, tree sap, and road grime.||Prevents interior fogging on windows and mirrors before it happens, making driving easier and safer.||Easy to use treatment for set in, tough to remove bug residue, tree sap, and other debris. Simply spray on, let soak, and wash off.|
|Key Benefits||Water Beading Technology, Superior Visibility, Improved Safety, Trusted and Reliable||Streak-Free Shine, Water Beading Technology, Easy to Use, Convenient||Streak-Free Shine, Removes Tough Stains, Outperforms the Competition||Prevents Interior Fogging, Improves Visibility, Safe on Glass and Mirrors||Removes Tough Stains, Easy to Use, Works Fast, Safe on All Surfaces|
|Improved Driving Visibility||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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it works as advertised. Visibility while driving in the rain and snow increased significantly as a result of the elements sliding off the glass surfaced. The best way to describe the effect of rain-x and water is to compare how one would add oil to a non-stick pan. The oil in the pan would run freely in the direction where the pan is tilted. Water and glass surfaces treated with rain-x act similarly. At freeway speeds, the rain would just be pushed off by the effect of the wind. During periods of light rain, I don't even turn on the wiper blades anymore because visibility is better without the wiper blades on thanks to rain-x. I now apply rain-x to tail-lights, front lights, fog lights, side mirrors, side windows, moon-roof.
Rain-x needs to be re-applied every so often. For me, I just re-apply every now and then after I wash the cars (which is not frequent - 6 months?). Application is simple: use a paper towel or a cloth, apply rain-x to the cloth/paper towel and wipe on glass surfaces. I use the lazy method: squirt directly onto glass surfaces, allow rain-x to run down to the base of the glass before spreading with a paper towel. Either method works.
One of the few products that works as advertised.
It takes a little elbow grease to properly apply, but it's worth the effort.
Years ago, I had a small metal can of this stuff, and it was like magic!
You could literally be driving in a rain storm and not use your wipers.
I finally decided it was time to try it again. Not sure why I waited so long.
With this new bottle, something just isn't the same.
Back in the day, I remember quite a bit of haze on the window, and the effort required to apply it. It was tough, but worth it.
Also, it was fun applying it, because it was so interesting to see the water bead off it. It looked like mercury in those old thermometers, or that black alien stuff from The X-Files.
However, this time around, it was different. Very little haze. It didn't seem to smell as potent, and the water didn't bead so much.
There is something strange going on here! I can't believe this is the same formulation as in the past.
I also had to use a lot more of it to get any effect.
Another reviewer mentioned the same thing. This is not the same as it used to be.
Maybe I have to find the product in that little metal can again. I always loved rain-x, so I am not sure what it up with this product.
If anyone has similar experiences, please post them...
The rain does bead off the window but not as much as I had hoped and definitely less at lower speeds. At high speeds, rain tends to come off your windshield of its own accord but it definitely beads off the windshield more cleanly and completely with this product applied.
I think that the video that I saw for this was a perfect condition video and immediately after application or something because as usual, the real life experience was a bit less. Never-the-less, when recently applied, like within the last couple of weeks and at sufficient speed, it is impressive.
I guess I don't have quite enough rain where I live to "encourage" me to take the significant amount of time and effort to do this process. And there's that. It really is kind of a chore that will take over an hour of hard work to perform. I have a lot going on in my life so I guess that's another reason I haven't done it again after the first time.
To me, this is a 'meh' product, a nice to do if you really feel inclined but not absolutely necessary.
Before, when using my wipers, streaks would obscure my view so much that any lights would make driving in the rain hard. Now, the droplets don't smear and smaller ones sometimes just roll off. It's pretty great.
Not that this changed my opinion on the product either: But the description says it uses 'water bending technology'. I giggled at the idea that the Water Nation may have produced Rain-X.