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Considering the amount of rainfall in Thailand, I'm surprised i didn't look into this earlier.

 

I did use  a no rain product in the USA and found it to work very well.  Applying  it was   a little tricky as the bottle warned it could damage paint if mistakenly applied to it.

 

Has anyone tried this product  which is available on Lazada? 

 

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Yeah I use a spray on stuff called Meguiar's Ultimate Quik Wax.

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Never tried that product. I only use Maguire's products and the glass sealant is good and is available in Thailand.. The only consistent supplier I've found where the products exceed the label.

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I bought this from Big C, cheap as chips if I remember correctly, I didn't know about the acid reaction but yeah keep it off the paintwork, make sure that the screen is as clean as possible, maybe use an alcohol based cleaner, apply in a circular motion. Then buff up. Works great.

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32 minutes ago, tifino said:

 

I have tried many of the cheaper spinoffs... 

The only reason I bought it was cos we were in Big C at the time and I came across it so thought I would give it go, it works for me so I'm happy 🙂  

32 minutes ago, tifino said:

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, tifino said:

 

I have tried many of the cheaper spinoffs... 

 

what makes the Rain-X stand out;

is that you can apply it straight onto a dirty grotty glass! 

No need to pre-clean/pre-wash...

 

The Rain-X is actually cleaning the glass. 

 

Yes I even tested this concept over a number of months... never washing the window... ust simply apply some more Rain-X. and rinse off...

Rain-X is great stuff.  For the paint, if you want the water to roll off the same way, this is what I’ve been using for years.

 

https://www.zymol.com/vintage.aspx

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On 9/18/2019 at 4:33 PM, watcharacters said:

Considering the amount of rainfall in Thailand, I'm surprised i didn't look into this earlier

Which Thailand is that?

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15 hours ago, Airalee said:

Rain-X is great stuff.  For the paint, if you want the water to roll off the same way, this is what I’ve been using for years.

 

https://www.zymol.com/vintage.aspx

If that link is correct it says that the MSRP is $2945 for about 600ml...... Are you having a laugh :unsure:

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12 minutes ago, topt said:

If that link is correct it says that the MSRP is $2945 for about 600ml...... Are you having a laugh :unsure:

Free refills for life.  Bought my container 18 years ago for about 2k

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30 minutes ago, Airalee said:

Free refills for life.  Bought my container 18 years ago for about 2k

Pre-paid refills for life 

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1 minute ago, MadMuhammad said:

Pre-paid refills for life 

True.  But it really is good stuff.

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