Can I put RainX on the oem windshield without damage? What about the dash portion on my '08?
I hope the answer comes back positive.http://www.ehow.com/how_7469313_apply-rain_x-acrylic.html
This discussion could get interesting!
The above link shows the special RainX for Plexiglass application.
Wing shields are hardcoated polycarbonate.
I sent the question to RainX.
That may have more to do with your driving style young man than your windshield.Does RainX or Plexus stop rock chips on the windshield too? Mine looks like its been through a desert storm.
Nothing will stop chips or scratches on a windshield, be careful when you clean it, use water or a spray cleaner like Honda or Plexis, I carry a spray bottle with water and a few drops of peroxide in it, works great,.Does RainX or Plexus stop rock chips on the windshield too? Mine looks like its been through a desert storm.
I was thinking of trying those headlight buffing compounds with the drill attachment (I.E. Mothers/Meguires). Anyone try it?That may have more to do with your driving style young man than your windshield.
You probably should score an F4 & before you ask no I'm not buying.
I am waiting for confirmation from RainX as to which of their products, if any, should be used on hardcoated polycarbonate and on acrylic.The Honda spray polish is also one of my favorites for a quick touch-up job on the painted surfaces.
I used the Honda til they changed vendors! Switched to "Origional Cleaner/Polish", which is the same as the Honda spray used to be.The Honda stuff seems hard to get off to me now and streaks easily on my dark red.
I have an F4 now & use RainX on it, but I would say no on any other shield.
FYI-The OEM shield is also hardcoated polycarbonate-same as the