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Where To Buy Rain X Glass Cleaner


3M left behind a slightly grippy dry feel, but that was better than every other non-ceramic option. It's safe on tint and easy to use. This is the product to get, and that's why it's our best overall automotive glass cleaner.




where to buy rain x glass cleaner


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On to the ceramics: This Rain-X Cerami-X Glass Cleaner features the twin aspects you want in a ceramic glass cleaner. It lifts and removes dirt and grime while leaving behind a hydrophobic ceramic coating to repel water droplets.


Since writing this post, I had a chance to try Aquapel. I applied it outdoors on a daily driven car. Even though I cleaned and dried the glass thoroughly, applying Aquapel was a nightmare. The product flashed way too quickly and dried to a haze almost immediately. It was extremely difficult to remove and I eventually had to take drastic measures to do so. I was able to remove most of it with glass cleaner and some heavy scrubbing but in the end, this rendered the coating useless.


WASHINGTON, D.C.- In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Blue Coral, of Cleveland, Ohio is voluntarily recalling about 1.1 million containers of Rain-X glass cleaner and washer fluid. The products, which contain methyl alcohol, are not sealed with child-resistant closures as required by federal law. Methyl alcohol, also known as methanol, is toxic and can cause blindness or death if ingested.Blue Coral has received three reports of ingestion, including two children whose parents called the Blue Coral help line and were directed to immediate medical treatment.The recalled products include three brands: Rain-X Super Glass Cleaner Concentrate, which was sold in 10-oz. and 16.9-oz. plastic bottles, is a blue concentrated liquid that should be added to water; Rain-X Plus Washer Fluid Concentrate, which was sold in 10-oz. and 16.9-oz. plastic bottles and single-use 1.2-oz. pouches, is a pink concentrated liquid that also should be added to water; and Rain-X Washer Fluid Additive, which was sold in single-use 2-oz. pouches. The Glass Cleaner and Washer Fluid bottles have a measuring cup built into the cap. A label on the back of the products reads in part, "Blue Coral Slick 50 Ltd." and "Made in USA."Hardware, automotive and department stores nationwide sold the recalled Rain-X products from September 1998 through August 2001 for between $1 and $5.Consumers should keep these recalled products out of the reach of young children. Consumers should call Blue Coral toll-free at (800) 416-1600 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday for information on receiving replacement child-resistant caps and a coupon toward a Rain-X product. Consumers also can visit the company's websites at www.bluecoral.com or www.rain-x.com.Rain-X Washer Fluid Additive sold in 10-oz. and 16.9-oz. yellow bottles is not subject to this recall.


After proper cleaning with Fast Glass and then application of the sealant, water beaded up nicely on the glass and ran off well. However, the morning after application, the side with the Rain-X prevented fogging better (see picture above), and four weeks after application the Rain-X 2-in-1 was still going strong, whereas the glass sealant needed reapplication (see picture below). 041b061a72


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