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  • 2 months later...
Guest Andys@coffs
Looks like a good idea... what if you have to clean the bugs off the windscreen?

That would be the bugs that dont have any water in them right........havent seen many of those......

Isnt Rainx exactly the same type of thing for cars...and I know when I used to look after F111's that we had a similar chemical that we used on their screens....from time to time

 

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That would be the bugs that dont have any water in them right........havent seen many of those......Isnt Rainx exactly the same type of thing for cars...and I know when I used to look after F111's that we had a similar chemical that we used on their screens....from time to time

 

Andy

I used rain X on the canopies and windsreens, on the F111. (I spent 2 years in undercarraige workshop over hauling canopies).Also used polish to polish out small scratches, dont remember what that was called but. Used to take Rain x home and use on my car.

 

 

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I used rain X on the canopies and windsreens, on the F111. (I spent 2 years in undercarraige workshop over hauling canopies).Also used polish to polish out small scratches, dont remember what that was called but. Used to take Rain x home and use on my car.

Wouldn't most of these products be silicon or some other form of wax dressed up in over-priced cans, most of which work well with water.

However as Ignition questions, do they also attract dust and other crap you don't need?

 

Armourall looks good on a dashboard but soon develops a fur-coat, not that it repels water very well.

 

 

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Wouldn't the stuff you use on the inside for anti fogging and on the outside for water repellent on motorcycle visors do the job? I think I can find some to give a brand.

 

There was something called Rainboe (made by Boeing) that you could squirt on the screen in flight ( Needs an installed system) and spread it with the wipers. The screen had to be wet to use it. The effect lasted for quite a while. You had enough for about 2 applications.. Nev

 

 

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That would be the bugs that dont have any water in them right........havent seen many of those......Isnt Rainx exactly the same type of thing for cars...and I know when I used to look after F111's that we had a similar chemical that we used on their screens....from time to time

 

Andy

"nano-technology" sounds so much more advanced than plain old Rain-X 003_cheezy_grin.gif.c5a94fc2937f61b556d8146a1bc97ef8.gif

 

 

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