|Sport||Kamperen & Wandelen|
|Productafmetingen||10 x 10 x 10 cm; 125 gram|
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Nikwax Vizier Proof Spray-On
|Prijs:||(€ 10,12 / 100 g)|
|Prijzen zijn inclusief btw.|
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I only ride a 125 so i never manage to get any real speed and rain was becoming a problem. with this stuff it isn't anymore.
Some people say it doesn't work and others say it works but only if your moving.
This is from my own experience using the product so hopefully will put some minds at ease before buying.
Clean your visor first and make sure it's dry, apply a few sprays of nikwax to the visor and 1-2 to whatever your using to rub it in. Doing this it helps stop the nikwax from being completely absorbed into whatever rag your using to apply it and actually keep it on the visor. Make sure you don't rub to much or to little, if you feel you havn't applied enough add another spray to the visor and work it in.
The next thing is, don't wash or rub the visor after it rains. This stuff is water based so it comes right off once you wipe the visor. I let the visor air dry after a ride and only reapply if i'm not using the bike again for that day or if it's been a week with no rain. I think this is where people are going wrong with the product and are rubbing it off as soon as they get off the bike so the journey home has no nikwax to keep the rain off and then they think the product doesn't work. The key is not rubbing it off once the visor gets wet, just let the visor air dry and only reapply once you feel you arn't using the bike for that day.
Your probably thinking this stuff won't last due to me saying it rubs off quick, wrong. I leave mine on the visor for a week if it hasn't rained for a week and then i reapply, it might last longer but i only leave it a week.
TL;DR It works, just don't rub it off once you get off the bike and let the visor air dry, only reapply after your done with the bike for that day or it hasn't rained for a week/have a lot of bugs on your visor.
Clean the visor first with water (I usually don't even do this), then spray on the Nikwax and rub off with one of those lint cloth things (rub horizontally so the water disperses to the sides). It's like getting a new visor - the beads of water just rolls off. It needs reapplying often (probably every 50-100 miles) depending on the conditions/usage/dirt. It's a must for the biker who refuses to be beaten by the rain. Ride safe!
Unlike so much of the 'snake oil' offerings on the market, this actually works.
The idea being - clean visor, spray on your NVP, leave it for a little while, and
then buff 'into' the visor. As you apply it, repeatedly over time, it develops into a very, very thin
layer - the layer of silicon makes water bead and run off.
Invaluable for all hardcore, year round bikers ;-)
But that said it's far better than having nothing on the visor when riding at night it does a fairly decent job helping keep my visibility up but it's about 70% as efficient as Rainex used to be on glass.
I have been told by others that Sheen spray does the same though as it is sylicone or something (I am not recommending that you do this though!)