DRIVERS are raving about a hack that makes driving in the rain less dangerous and only costs a fiver.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for heavy rain this week, meaning motorists should stay more alert when driving.
Driving in damp and rainy conditions with blurred and dirty windscreens can be extremely dangerous.
Windscreen wipers go a long way in avoiding this problem, but drivers should also consider using rain repellent for their windscreen too.
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The most popular of these is Rain-X and it only costs around £5 for a bottle online.
These products create protective armour over the glass of your windshield, allowing the rain to bead away more quickly.
Its purpose is to enhance visibility whilst driving in bad weather – the product can be used on the front and rear windscreens, windows and mirrors.
Drivers should make sure that they’re using the spray correctly.
Before applying the product, drivers should clean the windscreen.
Just use a general car cleaner or one specially designed for automotive glass to remove any grease or contaminants.
It’s recommended you put the product onto a microfibre cloth and apply it directly to the glass.
For the windscreen, apply the product to one half of the glass at a time.
Don’t apply too much product – you just need a thin coat.
Then, you need to wipe firmly in circular motions and allow it to dry for five to ten minutes.
Surprisingly, it can last up to 60 days before a repeat application is needed.
Most drivers love this product and highly recommend it.
One said: “I really like this product. Of all the products I have for my car, this one is my favourite.
“The best thing about it is clear through the windscreen when it is raining. I find I do not have to use my windscreen wipers as often whilst moving. If you are a nervous driver in the rain, this product will really help.”
Another said: “A fantastic product to help keep your windscreen clear during light or heavy rain, super quick and easy to use and lasts a fair while!”
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