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Old 11-04-2012, 02:49 PM   #1
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Rain-x type product for plastics?

Is there something like this?
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:12 PM   #4
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Found out Bell recommends only Clarity Defog It for their transitions visors which is what I have. I also found RainCoat, but they said no-go for thus kind of lens.
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Found out Bell recommends only Clarity Defog It for their transitions visors which is what I have. I also found RainCoat, but they said no-go for thus kind of lens.
good to know, I just picked up a transition
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I've found that Wal-Mart says they carry the wipes in the stores. I'm going to check it out today. Bell says it works for fog inside, and rain outside.
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I've found that Wal-Mart says they carry the wipes in the stores. I'm going to check it out today. Bell says it works for fog inside, and rain outside.
what section was it in?
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Won't believe this - it took 1 hour! and 5 Walmart associates to locate 'department 49' (you'd think it was Area 51). They keep them in the VISION department (the optometry area) in the stores that have this department at all.

If not there, it could be in the pharmacy near the eye-drops/reading glasses area.

My suggestion, if you can wait, just order it online. I needed these by today, so I suffered actually finding them.
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Well, that actually makes sense if you think about it. But I never would've looked there, lol.
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Except they don't work! At all!
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