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Topic # 150346 19-Jul-2014 16:07
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Rainx products seem outrageously priced in nz to the point of not buying it. Often the product on shelves shows visible signs of age. Anywhere in nz sell these for a reasonable price?




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  Reply # 1092055 19-Jul-2014 16:21
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Actually supacheap and warehouse are ok!




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  Reply # 1092056 19-Jul-2014 16:26
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$10.99 at the warehouse (according to price spy)

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  Reply # 1092077 19-Jul-2014 17:30
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Best to get some from glasscorp. $22 for 500ml. I use it on the pool glass and car. The same as brand name rainx.

http://www.glasscorp.co.nz/product/9/section-9-general-industrial-cleaners/6167/crl-glass-protectant-500ml




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  Reply # 1093204 21-Jul-2014 18:45
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Excellent! Any suggestions for a cleaner prior to that?

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