Using biodegradable water repelling technologies, our Aquaphobic Screenwash acts fast to bead together water droplets that then fly straight off your screen - youâ€™ll see what we mean when you see it! It also conditions your windscreen and wiper blades and prevents any debris from sticking, which keeps your windscreen free from distractions, meaning you can drive safely, whatever the weather!
What is it?
Chipex are well known for their car Paint Touch-up but what you might not realise is that they actually offer a screenwash. Not your average screenwash, a rain repelling screenwash. Chipex describe it as a 'super-concentrated rain-repelling screenwash which will stop you dreading rainy days. It will clean your windscreen superbly, stop rainwater building up, and keep it free from markings and bad visibility. It will reduce glare, stop your wipers squeaking and acts as an anti-freeze to -5C - it covers all bases!'
Sounds great, doesn't it.
With an RRP of £13.95, depending on how often you use your windscreen wash, you'd perhaps get 4-6 months use out of a bottle.
How we tested it?
It's pretty easy to get going with it - before its first use, you need to ensure the windscreen is nice and clean, so use your favourite glass cleaner to get it spotless. Then add 250ml (marked on the side of the bottle) of the screenwash and fill up the rest with water you're set to go. On refills you only need to add 125ml which means you should get around 7 fill up's per bottle.
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So, with other windscreen water repellents on the market, is Chipex's screenwash a real competitor? We think so. It's just a case of mixing it with water (or your current standard screenwash for extra antifreeze protection) and using your windscreen washers and it'll be applied - You would arguably get more longevity from traditional glass treatments but for ease of use and simplicity it's certainly worth a shot.