MY new Rain-X Replacement.
September 14, 2014
I was considering purchasing Aquapel but after seeing how much you get in one application. I couldn't justify the expense. I felt this product was a better value. The liquid is thick and brown. About as thick as a liquid wax. I found the best way to apply this to the windows is with a "microfiber pad" on a cool surface, a little bit goes a long way, let it sit for about 1 minutes then wipe off with a dry waffle weave towel. After application bring car out into the sun and let it cure.
Note: Car is outside 24/7
I apply every 6 months to the side windows and my front/ Rear windows every 3 months. The water literally beads up as slow as 40mph. This product is mainly design for city driving not highway driving. I do Highway driving , but the most I do per day is 15miles and the rest is city. If you mostly do highway driving, you may want to step up to the Gtechniq G1 ClearVision Smart Glass
Pros:Can get several applications out of it
Good alternative to the popular Rain-X. The closest example I could think of.
Cons:at most will last 5months