Driving: rain-x and Fog Relief

The tutor brings up two products he finds indispensable.

I’m not a casual driver, but I have to drive sometimes. More often, my wife does the driving.

I try to make the car as easy and safe as possible to drive. Some examples are replacing the tires when they’re wearing out, keeping the tires at proper pressure, and keeping the windows clean.

Around five months of the year, the weather here is very rainy; then, just having the windows clean doesn’t seem to be enough. To maintain visibility during those winter months, I treat the car windows with two products: rain-x and Fog Relief.

rain-x (its name is in lower case) is for external application. I find it makes a dramatic improvement to driving visibility. On a window treated with it, the rain won’t film; it just beads and rolls off. Heading into the winter months, I religiously treat the car windows with rain-x.

Fog Relief is applied to the inside of a window to prevent its fogging up. I find it does help. Sometimes, fog will still form on a treated window; however, the advantage I’ve found is that, once you wipe the fog off with a clean cloth, it doesn’t return.

I highly recommend both rain-x and Fog Relief.

Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.