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Rain repellant for visor

I have tried all products for repelling rain water from a visor but i still haven't found one that works. Can you recommend something?

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Have you tried Rainex? It may not work either, but the reason you cannot effectively accomplish what you want is because visors are made to repell surfactants, which is a wetting agent found in probably all rain repelling products.

Until you find a way to do that, you will not be successful. I suggest polishing your visor with "Gel Gloss", and highly buffing it. The water will still bead up, but it will slide quickly off the visor so that your vision is not as impaired.

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