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#214 of 223 Re: 97JGC Water Pump Removal [isellhondas]
Oct 19, 2010 (6:54 am)
Indeed, you handled that quite well.
I would've said something like "soak the part in RainX and all your problems will be solved".
#215 of 223 Re: 97JGC Water Pump Removal [ateixeira]
Oct 19, 2010 (8:02 am)
After the experiences I had with Rain-X I wouldn't soak anything in it!
#216 of 223 Re: 97JGC Water Pump Removal [isellhondas]
Oct 19, 2010 (8:40 am)
Works great for me.
Repells rain and I'm cancer-free!
Of course I never had cancer before, but I am cancer-free! LOL
#217 of 223 Re: 97JGC Water Pump Removal [ateixeira]
Oct 19, 2010 (8:43 am)
Yeah, I know. Some people like the stuff.
I tried it two or three times and I followed directions per the label.
I might as well have smeared my windshield with vaseline. It seemed to feed on itself.
But then, some people like Armor-All too.
#218 of 223 Re: 97JGC Water Pump Removal [isellhondas]
Jun 01, 2011 (5:10 pm)
The one thing about Rain-X I will say is the stuff YOU put on is much better than the Rain-X they put on at the carwash. No comparison. Might as well flush the extra $2.50 they add to your carwash bill down the toilet. Just having Rain-x shower over your car as it goes through the car wash does very little and it lasts about 2 weeks.
#219 of 223 Try Water Armour instead
Aug 31, 2012 (4:03 pm)
I have tried rain x, but I found you have to reapply it way too often. It "works" for a couple months but the quality of the effect degrades very quickly and doesn't do much after a couple weeks. I found some stuff called Water Armour (www.waterarmour.ca) and it works wonders! It does a lot more things than just bead water, too. It also protects from scratches, UV light damage to the interior, and some other stuff. It lasts for like a year, too. I would highly recommend it over rain x.
#220 of 223 Re: Two Questions [firstname]
May 17, 2013 (3:44 pm)
I just got some on my paint and it dissolved the clear coat and made the undercoat bubble up 5/6/2013.
#221 of 223 Do I need to replace my tire after hitting the curb?
Nov 03, 2013 (5:41 pm)
I just hit the side of the curb with slow speed. And there are some small damages to my right front tire. Curb chopped a small piece off, but it did not go through and the tire did not reshape. Before the hit my tires are in good condition (my car only has 20k miles on it). I attached several pic links for details (How to attach pics btw?). My question is do I need to change my tires? Any input will be much appreciated!
#223 of 223 Re: Do I need to replace my tire after hitting the curb? [crichris]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Nov 03, 2013 (6:30 pm)
You seem to be in the wrong topic here...this is about RainX products....but I'm going to direct you over to TIRES TIRES TIRES.
Just cut and paste your post and re-post it there. We'll see you over there to answer your question!