4 Unconventional Uses for Rain-X
Driving in the rain can be dangerous business. While we can’t actively change road conditions, we can at least control how our own vehicles perform in such conditions. One popular product for battling the elements behind the wheel is Rain-X, a water repellant solution that can be applied to glass to maintain visibility through your windshield. According to Rain-X, it can also be used to easily remove frost, ice, salt, mud, and bugs—how lovely.
But we like to get a little crafty at The News Wheel—enough to learn that there are quite a few additional uses for Rain-X outside of the realm of automotive.
You can order Rain-X and competing products on Amazon.com or in your local automotive stores.
A Not-So-Modest Shower
If you have the luxury of glass shower doors, you know how easily they become water-spotted and not so clean-looking. To maintain the beautiful aesthetic that a glass shower door should have, apply Rain-X Original Glass Water Repellant to the doors. Just be ready to cover yourself if someone else enters the room while you’re showering—because with glass this clean, you’ll bear it all.
Photograph Like a Pro
Chances are good that you rely on your smartphone for most picture-taking moments, but if you ever venture into the realm of actual photography with a real camera (that’s so 2004, right?), consider using Rain-X on the lens. Doing so will prevent fogging as well as water beading.
See the Fishies
Underwater adventures are always awesome, whether in a public pool, a grimy lake (The News Wheel is close to Lake Erie, so we know all about those), or the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Seeing the underwater world, however, is not so easy—even with goggles. Goggles have a tendency to fog up underwater, but you can actually use Rain-X Interior Glass Anti-Fog to maintain visibility.