Rear view camera

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BoostN

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Hi
does anyone have any suggestions for keeping the rear view camera lens clean/clear in rain/snow/slush, etc?
I've often tried to think of a way to do this, and rain-x is the only thing that comes to mind. Not sure it'll help much with the slushy stuff, but I'm also afraid of a film it might leave on the lens.
 

Zigi

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Appreciate it. I've considered trying the rain x but I don't know if the camera lens is glass or plastic. I'll be checking on that.