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got some prestone rain repellant in the stocking, never used this stuff because i had heard it would leave a hazy film on the indow that you could see whne it was bright and sunny out, is it true?

does the stuff work, i might give it a try, if i dont like it, how can i remove it? acetone?
 

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you are to polish the rub the haze once the rainex has hazed(the instructions tell you this) and if done correctly I do not see a haze when it is bright. If you do see a haze you have not polished your window well enough. I like the stuff and you can even get it in window wasaher fluid. I find if you just apply it yourself (not in the window washer fluid) it need to reaplied about once a month if you get alot of rain but it is worth it. The stuff works better the faster you go so in the city it does not do to much depending on what type of slope your window has.
 

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Well at work this is how we do it. pour some rain-x on a sponge then cover the windshield in up and down rows. next take a clean rag and rub in the rain-x in a swirl pattern. next take windex spray it on the windshield. then rub the rain-x off and you will never have streaks or haze.
 

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rainex is good stuff
dirt doesnt stick
 
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