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Old 10-31-2011, 07:55 PM   #1
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A/C Drainage on Window

I was wondering if there is anything that can be installed on your outside trim that will repel water off of your window. It drains and leaves a white streak on the window. I have gotten most of it off with an Magic Eraser but there must be some kind of small piece that can be mounted on that drain to maybe extend it out a bit where it isn't draining on the window.
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Yup. Most RV places, and even some hardware stores, sell RV gutter extenders.
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If tried the little gutter extensions but it doesn't really help. The best thing I have found is waxing the glass with Rejex, it is an aviation polymer for waxing aircraft, canopy and all. It has really made the water bead and run off leaving ALOT less residue. I do the entire front cap, windshield , and side windows and it's great for bug removal too. Rain-x would probably help too.
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+1 on the RejeX. We use it on the whole coach, windows, mirror and chrome.

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It is expensive but a good application will usually last all year.

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