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Would the shaving cream trick work for your car windows?

Asked by Zone36 (413points) November 22nd, 2010

I know if you put shaving cream on a mirror in the bathroom and then wipe it off, it leaves a residue that keeps your mirror from fogging up after showers.

Would the same thing work if you applied it to the inside of your car windows and mirror?

On a side note, is Rain-X bad for your windshield, wipers, or car in any way?

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Nullo's avatar

I’ve never heard anything bad about RainX, especially not for glass. Glass is largely non-reactive.

kelly's avatar

don’t know about shave cream.
RainX is an excellent product, its basically liquid silicone. DO NOT APPLY in a garage where there may ever be painting of cars as just a few molecules of silicone will make a paint job “fish-eye”. the aerosol of paint picks up a molecule of silicone and then the paint droplet will not adhere to the surface. BAD

filmfann's avatar

RainX is put on the shelves at Phone Company yards. They wouldn’t do that if it didn’t work.

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