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I use Rainex all the time on my glass car windows, but can it be used on the rear screen? Or is there another product available that helps the water run off the rear screen easier?

And yes..... I did search before posting :=p:
 

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as above, I recently used Greygate on my rear platic screen and it removed the milky/cloudiness and also helps keep off any water.

Requires a little elbow grease and a few applications both inside and out, but well worth it in the end :)
 

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Any recommendations on where to pick up some Greygate?
I do have Graygate but last time I used simple car polish and it worked if not better, a least at par with the Graygate product!

So if you have any spare polish creme, use it before you buy greygate!
 

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Anyone know how the Greygate paste compares to the BMW plastic screen cleaner (also paste) ?

It seems to create static electricity when I'm polishing it off !
 

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Cheers for the replys, I'll try out my normal Mer polish before I try Greygate (screen isn't that old, maybe only couple of months) so not gone milky, tis only the rain settling that bothers me with it (I'm too used to hatchbacks with rear wipers lol).

Any reasons not to use the Mer on rear screen? I know it says not to use on glass, but ok for plastics?
 
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