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Free store pick up. Note: These are marked $3.39 in store so order online or possibly price-match in store or elsewhere.

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The only deference between the green and orange Rain-X is the orange is made up with about 38% methanol, so it doesn't freeze. All the other ingredients are the same.
ewwwww so the green one has the same capability to sludge up the system? the only way i was sure that it rain-x that ruined my washer fluid level sensor was that it was new (from a fender bender) then after two years of using the 2-in-1 the float sensor was caked with gunk (the 2-in-1 was on a perpetual sale at a nearby store so i used it year round)
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all of this to save $1.50?
i think it might mean he is in the chemical manufacturing business
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I remember getting charged for the $1 bag fee and I didn't even get a bag!
They auto charge the bag fee for 10 bags, but return most of all when when you get less or decline bags.
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ewwwww so the green one has the same capability to sludge up the system? the only way i was sure that it rain-x that ruined my washer fluid level sensor was that it was new (from a fender bender) then after two years of using the 2-in-1 the float sensor was caked with gunk (the 2-in-1 was on a perpetual sale at a nearby store so i used it year round)
Just stating the ingredients, I take no claim in knowing if it does or doesn't sludge systems.
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that 2-in-1 leaves quite a bit of sludge behind when used - here's what it looks like (no, this isn't a rickroll): https://youtu.be/q48kqeiSxfs

BS.
Been using it exclusively for years. I go through 1 gallon(or more) every month or so in my car..

NOT one problem in 6 cars (even in lightly driven cars that use 1-2 gallons per year).

I would take MY real world experience vs some yokle on youtube trying to get views Applause

BTW this is by far the best for South Florida drivers going up and down FL TPKE or East-West across state.
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The only deference between the green and orange Rain-X is the orange is made up with about 38% methanol, so it doesn't freeze. All the other ingredients are the same.
I worked in the auto parts field years ago. A no-name 'summer blend' washer fluid ate the metal tips off of a co-worker's washer nozzles - the part that sprayed out the fluid onto the windshield. We always theorized it was the ammonia, but I know vinegar can have the same corrosive effect.

Do you have any input on what might have been the cause?

Since then, I've only used the year-around blend with alcohol content.
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I'm wary of Rain-X water beading technology. In my experience, the water beading technology has a few nasty side effects, such as causing the windshield to haze over with dew early in the morning in Florida, even in the middle of the summer. I've been running the defroster every morning here in central FL just to clear my windshield...never had this problem until I applied Rain-X. And wipers don't help with the morning haze/dew. It comes right back until the windshield comes up to temperature. I drive past maybe 100 other cars when exiting my community in the morning and I'm the only sucker with a hazed over windshield, probably because I'm the only sucker who applied Rain-X to their windshield.

And at night, the Rain-X tends to smear and haze when used in conjunction with the wipers. Makes driving at night very, very difficult and dangerous.

I stick with the Windex-brand washer fluid at Wal-Mart, which is about a dollar or so more than this deal. No haze or BS to deal with.

And removing the water beading technology is a MAJOR pain in the ____. I had to seek out a discontinued product (Permatex GS8 No Touch Glass Stripper) to get the silicones off my windshield. Nothing else would remove Rain-X from my windshield, not even concentrated dish detergent. Go look up Permatex GS8 and you'll see a bunch of people trying to buy this long-discontinued product just to remove Rain-X. Look up "Rain-X haze" on Google and you'll see plenty of reports of hazing after applying Rain-X.
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BS.
Been using it exclusively for years. I go through 1 gallon(or more) every month or so in my car..

NOT one problem in 6 cars (even in lightly driven cars that use 1-2 gallons per year).

I would take MY real world experience vs some yokle on youtube trying to get views Applause

BTW this is by far the best for South Florida drivers going up and down FL TPKE or East-West across state.
it's my video and i couldn't care less about views. i have absolutely no social media presence to speak of. i don't know why you are angry that i made a video to send to rain-x when i was angry about tearing my truck apart to change a sensor only to find out it was ruined by orange sludge.
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BS.
Been using it exclusively for years. I go through 1 gallon(or more) every month or so in my car..

NOT one problem in 6 cars (even in lightly driven cars that use 1-2 gallons per year).

I would take MY real world experience vs some yokle on youtube trying to get views Applause

BTW this is by far the best for South Florida drivers going up and down FL TPKE or East-West across state.
to be honest i would have never made the video at all but i was pissed at the rain-x people and i didn't think that photos would show the gunk properly

it did make me smile that someone thought my lame video about a boring subject would be an attempt to get views

(i don't know if the gunk on my float sensor would have anything to do with it that i live in on the canadian border near niagara falls so my winters tend to be cold?)

cheers!
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I worked in the auto parts field years ago. A no-name 'summer blend' washer fluid ate the metal tips off of a co-worker's washer nozzles - the part that sprayed out the fluid onto the windshield. We always theorized it was the ammonia, but I know vinegar can have the same corrosive effect.

Do you have any input on what might have been the cause?

Since then, I've only used the year-around blend with alcohol content.
I really don't know. We make all Walmarts brand, Rain-X, Dollar General, O'reilly, Advance, Lowes, Buchheit, Huck's and just about anywhere else you can buy the Blue formula. The Blue -20 is the same no matter where you buy it, all comes out of the same tank, just labeled different. All the Blue and Green summer formulas are all the same as well, same tank, just labeled different. Rain-X is Rain-X.
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Automatic bag fees you guys say? Non-refundable? The second they start pushing that crap here, they're banned. I suppose Rain-x should charge a non-refundable fee for the handles on their bottles as well? Only seems fair. Both are a convenience expense... Edit: what's next? A separate fee for using drive-thrus? Taxes for human oxygen consumption?
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Those are on clearance at my local Walmart in case you are heading there any way

https://brickseek.com/p/rain-x-1g...ore-offers
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$2.47 at Home Depot with tons in stock. Not sure saving a buck is worth dealing with Target.
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that 2-in-1 leaves quite a bit of sludge behind when used - here's what it looks like (no, this isn't a rickroll): https://youtu.be/q48kqeiSxfs
I've been using the orange formula rain-x in my honda (with a sensor) for 6 years now (since it was new) and the sensor still works, I know because it annoys me with dings every 4 or 5 months instead of just letting me run the thing empty and finding out "the old fashioned way" that i need to refill it. I would believe the rain-x leaves more residue than plain fluid because their 'water beading techoloogy' is just polysiloxane (liquid silicone). If it does get that bad, use a little acetone on the sensor and it will be good as new again.
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I make this at work. It's Water, Glycol Ether EB (bug remover).. RM 422 (the silicone that makes Rain-X bead on your window).. Kathon (preservative with antibacterial and antifungal effects) and green dye.
If there is enough glycol in it it will lower the freezing point. Do you Remember the glycol to water ratio?
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