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Re: Rain-X nightmare
Glad the list is back "up" . . .
> ====> Rain-X nightmare
> About a year ago I started using Rain-X on my windshield. I
> Now (eight months later) I've got the *NASTIEST* film/slime/goo
> on my windshield. Even at mid-day, it's downright dangerous trying
> to see through the smearing (let alone at night)...
Must be a real treat with these great Audi lights ;-)
I've never used it--heard too many stories like this. If it's petroleum
based, I'd try (in order) chlorine bleach, (KEEP IT OFF THE PAINT!!)
acetone (fingernail-polish remover), gasoline (as a solvent, not an
BTW, if you want to drive on a frozen lake, wipe your tire treads off with
bleach before you start. Cleans off the oil from the highway asphalt or
something, cuz the tires stick like Velcro (tm). Lotsa fun if you just do
the fronts! :-) :-) "Honey, please stop, I'm getting dizzy"
James Marriott, BSME
work: Manchester, NH, USA marriott@Summa4.COM (603)625-4050 x 2539
home: Auburn, NH, USA firstname.lastname@example.org (603)483-8587
'64 Falcon Sprint Convertible--balanced & blueprinted 260 V-8
GOES great. Stopping? 217k
'86 4000S the better half's commuter (heated seats), 100k+
'87 4000CSQ H-stock auto-x und daily driver, Kanc-1 veteran, 138k