Does anyone here know how to remove RainX? I think I applied it wrong or something. Now when ever it rains and i use the wipers, it makes a haze everytime my wiper wipes. So it makes it even worse visibility.
I was in the same situation this spring. I applied rain-x and couldnt see anything once the wipers came on. It's a bitch to remove, but here is how I did it. I washed the glass with glass cleaner(Eagle One 20/20/) then I used Sonus detailing clay. Washed again with Dawn. Reclayed and finally I used Klasse All in one paint cleaner. Yes a Paint selalant. It removed the rest of the rain-x plus it beads water like rain x does.
Just keep scrubbing it will come off.
Did you guys buff it out? It's just like wax. I've been using it for like 6 years and never had it smudge on any car!
I just dribble a bit across like half the windshield and start the circular motions till I see a light haze. Go around the car and do all the windows (and headlights), by the time I finish that, I buff out the same order.
Has anyone used a pressure washer on their vehicle? And if so, what do you think would be the max pressure (psi) to safely clean the car? I was thinking about getting one and maybe others may want to know as well.
I started this thread for new drivers like me to share ideas on upgrading car accessories on second hand acquired units. I’m looking to upgrade mine, and hopefully, I get inspirations from your suggestions.
I'm looking forward to your replies.
I had a tree crap on my brand new Altima this weekend. I was wondering (after the fact that I have done it) if WD-40 will hurt your paint. I googled removing tree sap and numerous sites said to use it to remove tree sap.
In the end it sorta worked and I was frustrated. BUT I decided to try...
So I just bought a 2011 Altima 2.5 4dr Sedan in silver and its a base model. Trying to do a little detailing and can't seem to figure some things out.
1. There seems to be what looks like water spots on the outside of the front and back side windows. They do not come off with RainX window...