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Without and with the rain repeller applied on the car's windshield
"...While some products are based on bio compounds with no volatile organic compounds or hazardous solvents, others are using silicone to protect the windshield, but they pretty much have the same effect. The only difference is that some last longer than others. All these substances try to form a chemical bond with the windscreen it is applied onto, and since it’s based on fluorinated compounds, it increases the overall water repellency of the windshield. The result..." Continue Reading →
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