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eShine.ca 12 days of Christmas sale

Just got their email about the sale. It says sales start 12:01 tonight but price is effective now. Same free shipping over $150 applies. Some good deals to be had.

Has anyone used Aquapel Glass Treatment & Rain Repellent? Is it really better than nothing at all? Is there expiry date on such product? 12 pack is good deal and it will last a few years.

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jtcb wrote:
Dec 1st, 2012 11:55 am
Just got their email about the sale. It says sales start 12:01 tonight but price is effective now. Same free shipping over $150 applies. Some good deals to be had.

Has anyone used Aquapel Glass Treatment & Rain Repellent? Is it really better than nothing at all? Is there expiry date on such product? 12 pack is good deal and it will last a few years.

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Aquapel is really amazing; this stuff will last you an entire year on your windshields WHILE using wiper blades; you really can't argue with that. There shows no sign of degradation until maybe the last 2 months? But otherwise performance is consistent. Not sure if there's an expiration date but I'm sure they last 2years+ in package since I bought a couple more than a year ago and just applied the rest of mine after having these worn off
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Aquapel is quite expensive compared to Rain-x. Is it worth the price difference?
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trilobites wrote:
Dec 1st, 2012 1:56 pm
Aquapel is quite expensive compared to Rain-x. Is it worth the price difference?
Definitely!
RainX only lasts about 2 weeks, and so needs to be constantly reapplied. Also it sues silicone, so if you ever need to get your glass repaired or something it becomes a complete pain or a body shop and may charge you more.
BUT i will say this; rainX causes rain to fall off at slightly lower speeds; i.e. its a slightly better water repellent, but the inclusion of silicones and durability (definitely durability) is worth it to switch to aquapel. You need 4 of them for a car; 1 for front windshield, 1 for back, and 1 for each of the sides, so definitely try jumping on this deal; it's a fantastic one, and guaranteed not to let you down.
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12 pack is a lot when aquapel is so effective and it has a limited shelf life of 1-2 years from what I gather on Google/Amazon/Autopia. I've read some posts saying they crystalize in the unbroken vials even if kept properly. I'll have to inspect the ones I've had sitting around for almost a year now to see how they're holding up.
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I'd be happy to split a pack of Aquapel if anyone is ordering from eShine and deems it too many vials to keep. Let me know. I don't need a full pack and getting dinged for shipping isn't worth it for me.
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ironchefff wrote:
Dec 1st, 2012 8:07 pm
I'd be happy to split a pack of Aquapel if anyone is ordering from eShine and deems it too many vials to keep. Let me know. I don't need a full pack and getting dinged for shipping isn't worth it for me.

Im willing to split a pack whoever lives at East York or can meet up St. George Stn. area let me know...
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BTW those drying towels are amazing .. probably going to buy a set and some detailing clay.
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$51 after 40% off? God damn it's expensive...
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Do they use this stuff on new cars? what about detailing shops?
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Crap... well I guess I'm out on aquapel <_< although mine have lasted more than a year on the shelf, I still got 6 more left, and if they aren't going to last much longer I think buying 12 is out of the question when I still got 6 left
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juvenile_uc wrote:
Dec 1st, 2012 11:05 pm
Do they use this stuff on new cars?
Depends if you negotiate or pay for it when buying the car

You can put it on whenever

I know Toyota dealership sells it
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echlon wrote:
Dec 1st, 2012 10:26 pm
BTW those drying towels are amazing .. probably going to buy a set and some detailing clay.
Get the Ricardo yellow 3 pack it works well
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