I'll try that. Hating chemicals, I found the fastest for me was distilled
water and non-abrasive soft tissues. Semi-damp wrap and wipe across
inside. Seems to pick everything up and adds a slight polishing to the
surface. Plus, the technique makes it super easy to see 'missed' spots.
On my 2014 KIA Cadenza the front side windows have a water-repelling
Hydrophobic coating that helps improve visibility. It is like Rain-X on
steroids. Don't know why they didn't put it on the windshield.
Anyone else have any experience with Hydrophobic coating?
Cadenza is a nice car. Could be my next one.
I've seen a demo of the coating and is sure seems to work well. Shower
doors can be coated with it and I'm going to ask about it next week.
I'm in the middle of a bathroom remodel and that is the next step.
Shower tile is up as of today so the door can be measured.
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