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22oz Rain-X Ceramic Detailer

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Advance Auto Parts has 22oz Rain-X Ceramic Detailer (620161) for $12.49 -- $14.99 Rebate = Free. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35+.

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Product Info:
  • Long-lasting shine & protection for exterior painted surfaces, trim & chrome
  • Premium HydroShield Polymer Blend formula
  • Superior water repellency
  • UV protection
  • Non-abrasive formula that gives superior glossy shine and color intensity
  • No streaking
  • Superb durability against routine washes and weathering elements
  • Great booster and refresher to professional coatings

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  • Availability for in-store pickup may vary by location.
  • Receive a rebate up to $14.99* (excluding sales tax) on ONE qualifying Rain-X Ceramic purchased at Advance Auto Parts or Pep Boys stores on or between January 1, 2021 and June 30, 2021, while retail supplies last; one rebate offer per household.
  • Refer to the rebate form for additional details.
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Advance Auto Parts [advanceautoparts.com]/ Pep Boys stores [pepboys.com]has Rain-X Ceramic (Item #620161) for $14.99 - $14.99 Rebate [itwgbpromotions.com] = Free. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits.

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Rebate is valid for purchases made by June 30, 2021. Limit of 1 Rebate per household.
A shipping or store pick up receipt is the only accepted proof-of-purchase for all online purchases. Redemption requests must be filed by July 15, 2021..
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Probably silicon based vs wax based "wax".

Idea with both is to let water bead up and fall off the car, taking with it any dirt and such from the rain rather than sitting on the paint and eating thru it (acid rain).

Both are sacrificial - wears over time.

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How long they last depends on your environment and car paint.

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As for glossiness, which is totally separate from water beading, I still personally prefer Meguiars Gold Class liquid applied with a rotary buffer, hand buffed with a microfibre cloth.

For an average shine, this spray is fine on newer cars where the paint hasn't worn dull.
I'll take free. "Ceramic" or not, beats nothing. Thanks OP.
I have used this before. Easy to apply and works great. It starts to wear off in a couple of weeks

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Want to first hear from someone who has actually used this product.
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I'll take free. "Ceramic" or not, beats nothing. Thanks OP.
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Rain-X products won't get within 20 feet of my vehicles.
They can stick to their shill silicone spray for windshields.

Also, this is using ceramic as a stretch.
Amen.
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What exactly is this? I mean, what's a "detailer", as opposed to soap, wax, bug & tar remover, etc.?

In any case, I might get it just to reach the $100 threshold at Advance Auto to get $12 cashback for use on an additional $50 purchase. I need to buy a bunch of things that come just short of these totals so this helps out.

Btw, does anyone know if that $12 can be combined with either their 25% off codes or $5 Perks rewards?
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I have used this before. Easy to apply and works great. It starts to wear off in a couple of weeks
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Quote from KMan :
What exactly is this? I mean, what's a "detailer", as opposed to soap, wax, bug & tar remover, etc.?

In any case, I might get it just to reach the $100 threshold at Advance Auto to get $12 cashback for use on an additional $50 purchase. I need to buy a bunch of things that come just short of these totals so this helps out.

Btw, does anyone know if that $12 can be combined with either their 25% off codes or $5 Perks rewards?
Probably silicon based vs wax based "wax".

Idea with both is to let water bead up and fall off the car, taking with it any dirt and such from the rain rather than sitting on the paint and eating thru it (acid rain).

Both are sacrificial - wears over time.

...

How long they last depends on your environment and car paint.

..

As for glossiness, which is totally separate from water beading, I still personally prefer Meguiars Gold Class liquid applied with a rotary buffer, hand buffed with a microfibre cloth.

For an average shine, this spray is fine on newer cars where the paint hasn't worn dull.
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Quote from babygdav :
Probably silicon based vs wax based "wax".

Idea with both is to let water bead up and fall off the car, taking with it any dirt and such from the rain rather than sitting on the paint and eating thru it (acid rain).

Both are sacrificial - wears over time.

...

How long they last depends on your environment and car paint.

..

As for glossiness, which is totally separate from water beading, I still personally prefer Meguiars Gold Class liquid applied with a rotary buffer, hand buffed with a microfibre cloth.

For an average shine, this spray is fine on newer cars where the paint hasn't worn dull.
Thanks. This might be useful on several older cars we have, one of which I'm hoping to sell soon but it's in a condition where top-quality waxes and detailers would be wasted. It's actually black. Does that make this less or more helpful if I'm looking to get a decent but not great shine?
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OOS "Call the store to order" eveywhere in Portland / Vancouver.
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I did one like this before and you can't have it as pending pickup on the screenshot. You'll get denied and find out a few months later and then you're out of money because they won't honor it anymore.
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I did one like this before and you can't have it as pending pickup on the screenshot. You'll get denied and find out a few months later and then you're out of money because they won't honor it anymore.
It says this in PDF of details of rebate
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A shipping confirmation/store pick up receipt is the only accepted proof-of-purchase for all online/ecommerce purchases of qualifying products
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OOS "Call the store to order" eveywhere in Portland / Vancouver.
https://slickdeals.net/f/14895718-advanceautoparts-com-autocraft-heavy-duty-4-piece-rubber-floor-mats-23-75-free-store-pickup

I ordered Mats also from this, so total was above $35 so free shipping. But dunno how good the mats are and I heard some mats can be like harmful and like hinder accelerator/brake/etc. and can cause injuries.

Like https://thumbs.gfycat.com/YearlyL...mobile.mp4
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Rain-X products won't get within 20 feet of my vehicles.
They can stick to their shill silicone spray for windshields.

Also, this is using ceramic as a stretch.
How is it shill silicone spray? That stuff is awesome.
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