HD makes a windshield water repellent that is safe to use and works good.I went on a ride yesterday and got caught in the rain twice. It felt great as I needed to cool down by that point - but the visibility from my stock clear shield was HORRIBLE. I'd love to put RainX on the thing but I don't want it hazing.
Are the Clearviews the only shield that you can apply RainX to?
Thanks guys -
AWESOME. I had no idea - I'll be picking some up before my DC trip on Tuesday!HD makes a windshield water repellent that is safe to use and works good.
I'll have to look that stuff up - who makes it?Used it once on my '99 RG and did not work very well. After the second time it got wet it was like I never applied it. I will not use it on the '11 RGU, I may however use the H2O repelant made for lexan shields.
Don't know, maybe PCpain will clue us in?HD makes a windshield water repellent that is safe to use and works good.
Pass on that. That's retail plus 9$ in freight. It's cheap enough that I would just buy at your local dealer. Even the best deal plus freight would probably be more than just stopping in at your local HDWow! an HD product for less than $7.00. Thanks Pain. Think i'm gonna order some up.
Pain, is this a good price?
Damn, I thought of trying that but I didn't know if it would harm the Lexan. So I just went and dropped $7 for 10 HD wipes, LOL. If wax works, I'm all over it - have you been in the rain with your waxed windshield? Did it bead water well? Is there any hazing or distortion when looking through it?I just use wax. Turtle Wax to be exact. Works great and seeing as I'm OCD and clean the bike constantly, I just do it then.
Already have lots of it so no added cost.