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#318132 - 04/06/08 05:56 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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I have a feeling the inventor/seller is going to make a lot of sales ($$$$$$) with this product. Where do I order? hee, hee.


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#318133 - 04/06/08 08:09 PM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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Sounds very interesting. How about a "Promotion Code", maybe free shipping or something for the first 100 of us that try it?

#318134 - 04/07/08 12:17 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Dick_at_Lake_Tahoe_NV]  
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Me, I just put car wax on my shields or else use copious amounts of HSC on them...


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#318135 - 04/07/08 01:48 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: Matts_12GS]  
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I just ordered some. I will post after trying it . Dave


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#318136 - 04/07/08 02:36 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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So, Menz, one question your fog video didn't address: how often do I have to apply the stuff to my helmet visor? Looks like a great product.


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#318137 - 04/07/08 03:40 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: markgoodrich]  
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Quote:

how often do I have to apply the stuff to my helmet visor?



Appears to work great, thinkin bout getting some myself.


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#318138 - 04/07/08 06:10 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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First, how about a name. Just fill in your bio (go to Home Page). It's always nice to know who you're talking to.

Second, congratulations on your product. Two questions as they relate to my experiences with Rain-X. Is it safe to use your product on the hard coating that Shoei, Arai and others use on their face shields. And with Rain-X I have had a sudden explosion of glare render me almost blind when the sun hits it at extreme angles. This is both on my bike and on my car's windshield. How does your product handle this?


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#318139 - 04/07/08 08:27 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: EffBee]  
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Who's the babe?


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#318140 - 04/08/08 02:33 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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If I were you, I'd contact the editor at www.webbikeworld.com and offer a trial with your this and your antifog product. They've tested a number of antifogging solutions and haven't been satisfied with anything yet.
E-mail editor@webbikeworld.com

#318141 - 04/08/08 03:21 AM Re: Raincoat New Product Announcement.. [Re: themenz]  
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I use Rain-X on my Aeroflow windscreen and think it stinks - actually, it doesn't work at all even though they recommend it be used on their screens. Do you think that Raincoat would work better on that type of acrylic than the Rain-X does(n't)?


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