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RainX ?? Glass/dry spots?

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moski

What’s the best way to prevent water spots?   Anybody use RainX or something else??

whats the best way to clean them off??

 Thank u

moski

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braindamage

I use rainx. I apply 2x/yr and it works fairly well.

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Raimie

I use Rain X on my windshield. Works very well. I also apply it to the inside on the middle section.

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isellacuras
1 hour ago, Raimie said:

I use Rain X on my windshield. Works very well. I also apply it to the inside on the middle section.

DO you have tinted windows?  I wonder if you can use rain x on tint?  Anyone?

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braindamage

No tint on mine.

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Raimie
46 minutes ago, isellacuras said:

DO you have tinted windows?  I wonder if you can use rain x on tint?  Anyone?

Mine are not tinted.

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jcon44

Tint should be on the inside and rainX on the outside so I don't see any issues. My windows are tinted but I just use the same speed gloss on them I use on the boat. Seems to work fine keeping them clean.

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isellacuras
11 minutes ago, jcon44 said:

Tint should be on the inside and rainX on the outside so I don't see any issues. My windows are tinted but I just use the same speed gloss on them I use on the boat. Seems to work fine keeping them clean.

I was talking about the inside of the middle window. Mine stays open 90% of the time and it is the only one with spots on it. I use spray wax on it and it has held up to that. Just wasn't sure about what rain x would do to tint. 

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