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I can't fine a thread on rain x/leaving sunday for a month long trip to Newfound and with all the rain back east, I thought it could help/I looked at a bottle today and it said not to use on plastic with out the manfacture approval/please post a reply if you have used it and did it help
 

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Those with more experience than me say.......absoluteley not on a OEM shield...
 

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I contacted the technical department at RainX and they said not to use it on plastic. I asked them why and they said it was because it contained alcohol. I asked them what was in it that made the rain act the way that it does and they said silicone. They said that you would be better off using something that contained silicone without the alcohol in it. So from then on I only use some type of silicone based wax. Usually I use the Honda spray wax.

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Dont use RainX.

Use RejeX. it works on glass, plastic, chrome, and paint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

DLP has it .
 

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thanks for the info I just about made a big mistake/ theres lots of good info on this site
 

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Just a little plug for F4 windshield - they say it will not harm it. The Honda spray wax is great alternative.
 
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