Rain-x Anti Fog – Classic Car Driving In Winter

Rain-x Anti Fog – Classic Car Driving In Winter

welcome to VW classic fix I’m Ricky and today we’re going to be
looking at rain-x anti-fog and why this can be incredibly handy when it comes to
driving your volkswagen and winter rain-x put out a couple of products they’re
most famous for the water repellent but this anti-fog stuff is really good first thing you want to make sure of is
that the window is completely clean and dry before you apply this product so as
you can see i’m just using some window cleaner and some clean paper towels to
make sure the glasses as clean as it can be always remember to follow the
instructions when you’re using this product it is an eye irritant and it is
poisonous so the first step once your window is
clean and dry take a few drops of the rain-x anti fog
and apply it to a clean paper towel next you want to work that in in
circular motions on one section of the wind scrape once you’ve worked into one section grab
another paper towel and wipe the streets clean and then you want to repeat this process
and another section of the wind screen to take a few more drops of rain x added
to another paper towel and work it in using circular motions once that’s been worked into the glass
really well you can wipe the streets clean with another paper towel I really like rain x anti-fog i’ve been
using it on my card for over 10 years along with the rain-x water repellant
which you use on obviously the other side of the screen they’re really effective products they
do what they say on the tin and being able to drive along without your windows
fogging up in winter just makes driving a Volkswagen a pleasure thanks for
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