Trying to figure out whether it will work or eat the plastic. Has anyone actually used it on this brand of windshield?
Thanks Dr Dave for sharing the reply. I also have a Ztechnik shield but its a sport shield so some water collection has no affect on safety for me. The $23 price tag for 3 oz is a little steep.Got the reply from Ztechnik, see below:
RainEx can damage your hardcoated windscreen.
We have developed RainZip which is specially formulated for use on ideally Quantum Hardcoated Polycarbonate but will work on any plastic.
National Cycle: Products: My Order
Market Development &
Aftermarket Sales Manager
National Cycle, Inc
2200 Maywood Drive
Maywood, Illinois 60153
708-343-0400 ext. 117
Yeah, but maybe it's a "quantum" liquid to treat the quantum polycarbonate. I wonder it that means that they will randomly teleport themselves, or otherwise change their position and state of matter. . .I suppose only if we don't observe them. . . . :clown:Thanks Dr Dave for sharing the reply. I also have a Ztechnik shield but its a sport shield so some water collection has no affect on safety for me. The $23 price tag for 3 oz is a little steep.
Hoshiko; I was just looking for something like Rain-X that would bead up the water hitting the windscreen. I will try some of their pan-galactic quantum Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator RainZip :dizzy: and let you know.Am I missing something in here??? Or may be, this is just like putting some kind of expensive gas on tires, or loosing 1/8 of a pound buying a carbon fiber front fender. HELP
Not ALL of Z-Technik's wind screens are Quantum doohickys.Clem. . .I'm assuming that Mr. Gomez's reply was related to Ztechnik shields. Are you saying that not all Ztechnik screens are quantum doohickys or just that not all R1200 screens are quantum?
Clem,Hey Doc, post a photo of left-half the screen coated with paste car wax, and the right-half treated with RainZip. Curious minds want to know. In my case, small and curious.:001_tt1: