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Heys guys and gals, what product do you use to repell the rain off your windscreen. Givi says no to Rain-x. Recommended Nu-Finish. Rain/fog tested today. Results not good. Recommendations please ..... - Sirkitrider
 

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I have been using a product called "NIKWAX VISOR PROOF".........which is available thru many motorcycle shops........... Also prevents fogging on your helmet visor, as well.

It is called "NIKWAX" VISOR PROOF..... and a 4.2 oz spray bottle cost me in Massachusetts - $11.75 + tax...... Here is their toll free #.............1-800-563-3057 I have had that little bottle for about 3-4 years now.......!!! Good luck.
 

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well, the roof of my garage is the only thing I had found effective , normally the water blows off at just over 90mph (so I'm told )
 

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Lemon pledge is the best thing I have found.
Thanks - One of my daughters lived in Owensboro for a year mid 2000's. Really liked visiting her and the MoonLight! - Sirkitrider
 

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I have been using a product called "NIKWAX VISOR PROOF".........which is available thru many motorcycle shops........... Also prevents fogging on your helmet visor, as well.


Thanks doc I'll give it a try. - Sirkitrider
 

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sirkitrider-2 said:
thomphoto said:
Lemon pledge is the best thing I have found.
Thanks - One of my daughters lived in Owensboro for a year mid 2000's. Really liked visiting her and the MoonLight! - Sirkitrider
Next time you are in Owensboro, visit the Old Hickory BBQ.
 

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When I had a GIVI shield,,, I used Lemon Pledge... I just changed to a Clearview XXL and use rain-x and it works great... I had it out for a ride a couple of days ago and the rain did not do anything but rolloff... works for me...
 

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And here all along I thought the windscreen was supposed to keep the water off of you not you keep it off the windscreen. :lol:

I have always waxed my windshields on cars and windscreens on bikes.
Whether it is furniture wax, car wax, or bike wax they all do a decent job of repelling the water.
I currently use EagleOne nanowax or the free can of Plexus I got at a bike rally.
Whichever is in reach at the time. :wink:
 
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