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Old 07-04-2013, 07:16 AM   #1
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Window sealer/ Permanent rain-x

Hi guys, I'm brand new to the forum and just purchased a 2013 Candy Blue Titanium hatch a week ago!
When I purchased my previous car (VW Jetta) back in '08, they did an application to my windows that acted as a permanent rain-x. They called it window diamondization. I wanted to have this done to my new Focus but I don't know what it is, where to get it, or any detailers here that knows anything about it. I live in Columbia SC and any help would be appreciated!


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Old 07-04-2013, 12:55 PM   #2
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Never heard of this but it would be interesting.
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Update.

Try Nanolex ultra glass sealer from Esoteric Care Car. It lasts up to 18 months suposedly and is not cheap.
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I'd suggest RejeX:
http://www.rejex.com/

Been using it for years, on windshield, wheels (was designed for high temp applications, so won't degrade from heat of wheels like most wax will), exhaust tips, etc.

Some folks use it on the painted surface, but I prefer carnauba wax (like One Grand Blitz wax) over synthetics for the paint.
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i really like the way rain-x works,,, but on some cars it will make the wiper blades jump,, the 13-14 focus is one of them,after its on for a few weeks its ok'
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