When I applied rainx to my honda, the glass got a really glazed look. I buffed it for as long as I could stand and got most of the glaze off but it was still noticable, my girlfriend wanted to kill me the honda her little pride and joy. Also, I noticed that the wipers did nothing more than smear this stuff around and it became really distracting. To it's credit, the rainx did keep the water off of the windshield but with the haze it was hardly worth it. In all fairness to rainx, I probably applied it incorrectly, I doubt that this is how it is supposed to work. But either way, I could find no way to get it off. I finally had to resort to using a solvent to clean off the glass. I was also living in Canada at the time and it was winter, maybe it doesnt work well in the cold (-15C to -25C at the time). I have had none of these problems with regular wax, I use the Meguilar gold class, and I already have to keep it around for my paint and wheels so why buy another product? Peter (Embedded image moved c a l i b a n <caliban @ sharon.net> to file: 10/19/98 01:40 PM pic14864.pcx) To: Peter Szalay/APPLIED MATERIALS cc: Subject: Re: Washing your car what problems have you had on your honda? i have used it on my honda and like it, but maybe there's something i am missing.