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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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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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Quote from Ohsighrus :
Worth watching:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSAP2BuxdRk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49YZOjFXS8w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCC0Pc_NqD0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAnfEzCVRXA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAnfEzCVRXA <- 6 months later


They didn't test rainx, but with how many have failed I would stick to the known winners.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B081489MTX/ <- $16 this is the best bang for your buck based on their testing with longevity and lowest price. It lasted over 6 months of stress testing.

It beat $23 gloss it spray, $70 F11 top coat, $50 Owner price, $42 the Last Coat 2, $40 Nexgen, $40 Carpro reload, $20 Shine Armor and the $13-$15 three turtle wax applications.
Yes, Meg's Hybrid Ceramic is good value for longevity, but other tests show Seal N Shine is better for resistance to chemicals (see Pan the Organizer among others). I have to park outside, so SnS is my choice for protection from bird poop, acid rain, etc, even if it requires slightly more frequent application.
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I guess you're not technically getting it for free cuz you still have to pay the damn tax man his sales tax, unless of course you come from a state without it (Delaware, Oregon, etc.). But, that's nitpicking. Good deal!
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Quote from FuschiaScene411 :
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 rainx on glass shill?
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Quote from antfreebee :
Any uses for this other than a car or vehicle?
You could try it on your grill? Bike?
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How is rainx on glass shill?
Some people don't like Rain-X because they're incapable of proper buffing.

There are better water repellants out there (I prefer Aquapel myself), but there's nothing wrong with Rain-X and it's widely available.
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I see a same day delivery. I hope it will work out with the rebate.
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Is there an alternate product you'd recommend for windshields?
50/50 mix of Vinegar & Water. All the stuff that beads on glass ruins it.
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Question: Does anyone know what product is used when you go to a dealership and they clean your car? That seemed to be quick and shiny all over, including the tires. I doubt they spend much time on it.
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Is there an alternate product you'd recommend for windshields?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from arribasn :
you think the rebate will fly though?
Absolutely not:

"Advance Auto Parts or Pep Boys"
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Question: Does anyone know what product is used when you go to a dealership and they clean your car? That seemed to be quick and shiny all over, including the tires. I doubt they spend much time on it.
soap and water
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The purpose of this product is the restore the slick feeling and water-beading effect of having applied a fresh coat of wax or sealant after washing - this product does not necessarily add shine or gloss, it merely adds a super thin layer of very temporary protection. And you have to really wipe off all the excess or else dirt will actually stick to your car even better
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Quote from Mike D :
Some people don't like Rain-X because they're incapable of proper buffing.

There are better water repellants out there (I prefer Aquapel myself), but there's nothing wrong with Rain-X and it's widely available.
I tried Aquapel once. It definitely lasted longer than Rain X but did not repel water as well as Rain X. A freshly applied Rain X just flings water off better than freshly applied Aquapel.
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Quote from irishtroll1984 :
I guess you're not technically getting it for free cuz you still have to pay the damn tax man his sales tax, unless of course you come from a state without it (Delaware, Oregon, etc.). But, that's nitpicking. Good deal!
Having done a hundred rebates before, I doubt this rebate company is going to customize the amount of each individual Rebate check. They normally will just send out $14.99 to everyone.

If you have B of A, you also might want to check for an Advance Auto Cashback offer.
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This is valid at Pep Boys too
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