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midwesttex 06-06-2008 5:22 AM

Has anyone ever used Rain-x on their boat? A friend of mine is thinking that it would help keep waterspots, etc off and make cleaning the boat up at the end of the day that much easier.

nathan1pure 06-06-2008 6:20 AM

I only use it on my windows. Not sure about the rest. Reason why I like it is because it will not eat at your seats if some happens to be sprayed on them.

rson 06-06-2008 8:12 AM

Don't waste your time, however, Starbrite polish with Teflon would be a better fit. <BR> <BR>The spots won't stick.

midwesttex 06-06-2008 8:32 AM

I just got the Babes bucket, so I am going to start giving that a try. Just curious on the Rain-X.

jhgsupra 06-06-2008 10:16 AM

Where do you get the Babes? I've seen several references to it on WW but haven't stumbled across it anywhere other than on line.

midwesttex 06-06-2008 10:31 AM

We got it online. I know they have a dealer locator on their website. <a href="http://babesboats.com/" target="_blank">http://babesboats.com/</a>

nathan1pure 06-06-2008 10:31 AM

I love Babes. That is what I use on my boat. I spray on after each session. You will never have to wax again. Or at least I have not had to. You can get it directly from their website. Buy it by the gallon. A lot less expensive. I think you can get it from West Marine, Barts Watersports, and maybe Overtons.

tp83 06-06-2008 4:43 PM

i use babes spot solver and boat bright and the boat turns out great. rain x works great on window and thats about it. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by TP83 on June 06, 2008)

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