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Old 02-11-2016, 12:20 AM   #15
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We bit the bullet and spent a few bucks extra at Camping World BUT also bought RAIN X from Autozone-Clean windshield with Windex-apply Rain X New wiper blades hardly need to be used because water is beading off windshield- Can't believe how much better it is and hardly ever use wiper other than slow speed-Rich
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Yep, the Dry Wash N Guard I've used since at least 2004 does the same thing, except it works for full body paint too. Keeps the rigs looking cleaner far longer too.
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The RainX blades came from Amazon. After removing the plastic clip on them I discovered there is a hole the same size as the bolt holding the old ones on. About five minutes each and there are on. Have not been on the road yet so unless I just try the washer there is no telling how they work. Can't be much different from the old ones but I am saving them just in case.
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Thanks for the tip. I just ordered the Anco 48-17 from Hires Automotive thru Amazon for $9.25 including shipping.
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