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    Question windscreen wax

    Hi all, i have a bit of a canundrum, can i use carnuaba wax on my windscreen or in fact all the glass, safely?, or is it a bad idea? could someone who has possibly tried it say yay or nay, i cant find anything on the subject, thanks.

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    I would not put any wax on the windscreen. But I do sometimes put it on the side windows. The best stuff to use is the products made for glass though. Your windscreen idealy needs to be free from grease and wax.

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    and stay well away from the rain sensor - as this will probably render it useless

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    cheers guys i knew i could depend on someone, ill just stick to the rain-x.

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    Nanolex is the way forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lump View Post
    Nanolex is the way forward
    What is Nanolax?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdeyCorp View Post
    What is Nanolax?
    Just google "nanolex glass sealant"

    It gets mixed reports, plus at £20-£25 for it, i think i'll stick to the RainX

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    ive been using it for over a year now, and i have to say i drove a car without it and could stand using the wipers. the nanolex is better than wippers. and the £25 bottle will last me and the wifes cars for the next 10 years

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