Aquaphobic Rain-Repelling Screenwash
1. Is this the best screen wash for removing flies?
Standard windscreen products generally aren’t very effective at removing sticky flies and bugs from the glass, and usually smear them. Chipex Aquaphobic Screenwash is different. It works by coating the glass in biodegradable water repellants every single time you use the windscreen sprayers. This means the glass is now cleaned far more effectively and thoroughly when bugs, flies and other road grime land on it. A piece of advice: for best results, always clean your windscreen well, before starting to use Chipex Aquaphobic Rain-Repelling Screenwash, this way it can coat the glass more thoroughly and work at its best.
2. Does this screen wash work well in winter weather?
Chipex Aquaphobic Screenwash has anti-freeze properties, and is designed to work down to temperatures of – 2˚C (28.4F). It is also perfect for cars with heated washer jet systems and heated windscreens! Winter weather means low sun glare and constant grime kicked up from salted, dirty roads, plus ice, snow and rain showers. Chipex Aquaphobic Rain-Repelling Screenwash works superbly well, by cutting through this grime highly effectively, and then leaving behind a coating on the glass that easily removes the above-mentioned debris, snow, water etc, ensuring visibility is constantly at its best, making for a safer and less stressful journey.
3. Will this screen wash remove glass sealants and coatings?
Unlike many other screen wash products, Chipex screen wash includes rain-repellants that coat the screen and give it aquaphobic/hydrophobic qualities, only adding. While one generally avoids using screenwash after glass sealant coatings have been applied because they can affect longevity and impact on the effectiveness of these, there are times when they are needed, such as winter for the anti-freeze and heavy road grime from salt. Chipex will work alongside the sealant, by adding its own hydrophobic coating on top every time you use the sprayers.