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Rain-X Voted Product Of The Year 2021 Winner

Rain-X Glass Water-Repellent has been named the most innovative product in the Car Care category.

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New Rain-X Glass Water-Repellent Aerosol Spray, the latest water repellency windshield treatment that improves wet-weather driving visibility, has been voted as Product of the Year for 2021. Product of the Year is a consumer-voted award for product innovation, chosen by 40,000 American shoppers in a national survey conducted by Kantar, a global leader in consumer research. Rain-X Glass Water-Repellent has been awarded the top honors as the most innovative product in the Car Care category.

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Rain-X Water-Repellent Aerosol Spray is the newest and easiest-to-use addition to the Rain-X well-known expertise in dramatically improving driving visibility and safety, especially during inclement weathers. Its advanced InstaClear technology requires much less time and effort to activate compared to other traditional products. Simply spray on and wipe off – no buffing required – and you are all set for the road, whatever the weather, said the company. 

Consumer shopping behavior has rapidly shifted in the past year, and the annual Product of the Year Awards provides a trusted resource to easily guide consumers to the best new products on the market. With heightened online purchasing and decreased sampling opportunities, Product of the Year helps shoppers quickly cut through the clutter to save time and money with their distinctive red seal.  

“For all the obvious reasons, shoppers are spending less time in the supermarket than ever, but still crave new and innovative products to light up these difficult times. Because of this, we are more excited than ever to announce the 2021 Product of the Year winners and help shoppers find that ‘great new product’ when it matters most, however they do their shopping this year,” said Mike Nolan, Global CEO of Product of the Year Management. “What makes Product of the Year so trusted is our unique process, which gives shoppers the confidence that each product with our iconic red logo is backed by 40,000 Americans. That’s a powerful advantage for our 2021 winners, as a Product of the Year Award positions them as the innovative leader in their category.” 

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“We’re honored to have our new Rain-X Glass Water-Repellent Aerosol Spray recognized as the 2021 Product of the Year Award winner of the car care category,” said Nathan Nguyen, senior brand manager, ITW Global Brands. “The votes of over 40,000 everyday consumers backing this award is a powerful testament to the innovative quality of this product and a great start to a successful market launch!”

For more than 30 years globally and 13 years in the USA, Product of the Year has championed brands by awarding their highly-coveted red seal to products that demonstrate innovation in their function, design, packaging or ingredients. 

The 41 winners of the 2021 Product of the Year Awards across various consumer product goods industries were celebrated in a Virtual Awards Show, presented by Saturday Day Night Live alumni Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer, on DailyMail.com. As additional resources, the 2021 Product of the Year winners are also highlighted in partnership with Hearst, including WomansDay.com, a leading online lifestyle destination, and Ensemble IQ, a premier business intelligence resource with revered publications, including Progressive Grocer, Store Brands, Drug Store News, Convenience Store News and CBD Retail Insights.

For further information about the 2021 Product of the Year winners, visit productoftheyearusa.com and check out this year’s digital winner’s catalog, “Inside Innovation,” to learn more.

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