The All Season formula helps protect down to -47°C, designed to provide outstanding de-icing performance as well as intense cleaning action to help improve visibility while driving.
Faster Water Dispersionx
Rain-X® ClearView’s water repelling technology is designed to promote water beading particles for better rain, sleet, snow, and ice dispersion, improving wet weather driving visibility.
All Season offers effective freeze protection to -47°C for better ice and wet snow removal in winter weather conditions. It helps remove precipitation like rain, sleet, snow, and ice so you can feel confident when you are on the road.
Rain-X® ClearView’s advanced windshield washer fluid formula helps protect against rain, sleet, snow, and ice, and powerfully cleans road grime, salt, and dirt, helping you see better in extreme weather conditions.
Formulated in Canadax
Rain-X® ClearView windshield washer fluid is formulated and packaged in Canada to protect from Canadian weather.
Rain-X® ClearView is satisfaction guaranteed – our windshield washer formula will perform as promised or we’ll refund your purchase. See our Satisfaction Guarantee for more information.
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FORMULATED AND PACKAGED IN CANADA FOR CANADIAN WEATHER
For Best Results
- Rain-X® ClearView All Season Windshield Washer Fluid -47°C is ready to use and should never be diluted with water.
- For optimal performance, empty the windshield washer fluid reservoir completely before adding Rain-X® ClearView All Season Windshield Washer Fluid -47°C.
- For best results, warm the windshield by letting your car run with the heater on to help prevent ice accumulation or freezing, and make sure that your wiper blades are in good condition.
- Wind chill temperatures can impact the effectiveness of your windshield washer fluid. If temperatures outside are near -35°C, wind chill temperatures can be near -50°C. Your windshield will face extreme temperatures, so it’s important to choose a windshield washer fluid that protects you from the lowest wind chill temperatures you experience in your area.