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Before I got my Elantra, I was a hatchback/SUV driver for years. I've become accustomed to having a rear windshield wiper. Because of my OCD, the rain on my rear window drives me insane! LOL! I was just wondering how you guys and gals keep your rear window clear?
 

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Before I got my Elantra, I was a hatchback/SUV driver for years. I've become accustomed to having a rear windshield wiper. Because of my OCD, the rain on my rear window drives me insane! LOL! I was just wondering how you guys and gals keep your rear window clear?
Rain X lasts about 3 -4 months.
Get over it as well, stress kills.
 

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Having come from a van and two SUVs prior, I feared the same rear wiper withdrawal that you're experiencing. However rain droplets rarely accumulate on my rear window so long as I'm moving. I find that at freeway speeds, even in heavy rain, the air moving over the car is enough to keep 90% of the rear window clear of moisture. But honestly, I'll echo what the other two say and try not to let it bother you. :)

Now keeping the rear view camera dry in the wet? That's a whole 'nother ball game. :dry:
 

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Ditto to Lovemysantafe. Except I don't have a rear view camera, yet...
 

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Now keeping the rear view camera dry in the wet? That's a whole 'nother ball game. :dry:
Tell me about it. :rolleyes:

I need an eensy-weensy little wiper to clear off the camera. :D
 

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I have Showroom Shine applied to the entire car including all of the exterior glass surfaces.
 

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Wax the rear glass. Not a cure like a genuine windscreen wiper, but makes a big difference .
 
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