Rain-X was created to improve driving conditions during inclement weather. Applied to the windshield of a car, it makes water,snow, or sleet droplets move more quickly off the glass. Over time, however, the Rain-X wears off and becomes less effective. At that time you will want to remove the remaining Rain-X and administer a new coat.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Rain-X Glass Polish
- Soft Scrub cleanser
- 2 non-abrasive cloths
Choose between Rain-X Glass Polish, and Soft Scrub cleanser. Both of these products will remove the Rain-X on your windshield.
Wet a non-abrasive cloth. Wring it out if you got too much water on it. You want it to be damp but not soaking wet.
Pour the amount of cleanser on the cloth that is specified in the instructions of the particular product you chose to use.
Wipe the cleanser on the windshield. It helps if you continue in a pattern so that you do not miss a spot. For example, you could go from top to bottom, or from left to right.
Rinse the windshield off with some cold water. Make sure there are no suds left.
Dry the windshield with a non-abrasive cloth. The windshield will now be free of any Rain-X.
Tips and warnings
- Bon-Ami Cleaning Powder will also work to remove the Rain-X on your windshield.
- Do not use cleansers that are harsh abrasives. They will scratch your windshield.
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