Nissan E51 Elgrand 2007 / Osaka, Japan / Mr. T.K.

I was thinking to apply glass coating on my dark color car

and found Hyper Pika Pika Rain on line.

Hyper Pika Pika Rain is expensive compared to other coating products

but it’s still cheaper then asking car detailing shop to apply.

Photos before and after are obviously different.

After application the car is glossy.

When it rains, you can see the effect easily.

No dirt where I applied Hyper Pika Pika Rain.

Application is easy.

I am happy with this product.







Mr. O.T. / Aichi, Japan / Nissan Skyline V36 2007

I was looking for glass coating on line and found “Hyper Pika Pika Rain ”

which says “3 years wax free”.


I used Glass Guard before and then asked a car detailer to apply glass coating next.

I had to re apply glass coating every year at the car detailer and it’s expensive

so I wonder if I could find something cheap and I could do by myself then I found

Hyper Pika Pika Rain.

I read people’s reviews and had an experience of DIY glass coating so nothing stopped me.

I did car wash, dried the car completely and then applied Hyper Pika Pika Rain.

I knew I should have done more preparation such as iron remover and buffing but I couldn’t be bothered…

The liquid spread very well.

At first it’s not smooth but got smooth soon after.

1/3 of the liquid left.

I feel the depth of black color got deeper.

My family says so, too.



I thought this product is a little bit expensive compared to other coating products,

but it’s worth! Easy and brilliant finish like professional.

If this lasts for 3 years, I’m really happy.

I recommend everyone to try.

Mr. I.Y. / Tokushima, Japan /Nissan Serena Highway Star S Hybrid 2013

I got quotation of glass coating at a car dealer when I was buying a new Nissan Serena.

It was JPY60,000! Expensive!

I checked on line to do it cheaper.

Then I found Pika Pika Rain glass coating is good.

When I received Hyper Pika Pika Rain glass bottle, I wondered if this small amout of liquid is enough.

I saw some reviews mentioned the same thing.

But When I started to apply on my car body, the  anxiety was gone.


At 8 o’clock in the morning I washed the car with car shampoo. Then I buffed with polisher to get better result.

The preparation took about 5 hours and only Hyper Pika Pika Rain application was left.

The time was 3 o’clock.

If I was waxing, I couldn’t make it fined by night.

People say it takes 1 ~ 2 hours to apply Pika Pika Rain glass coating.

I started to apply hoping to finish by 5 o’clock in the evening.

I put 5 drops of Hyper Pika Pika Rain on a sponge and applied on the hood.

It spread so well. So easy to apply.

Spread and wipe out. Repeat it. That’s it.

My car color was pearl so hard to see where I applied. So I checked from various angles.

When I applied on a plastic part, the black color got deeper.

There was a small car wash scratch on the body but it’s hardly seen after application.

The gloss was gougeous when I looked next morning. I’m satisfied with the finish.

I took a whole day but it’s worth.

About 1/3 of the liquid left so I will reapply in 2 weeks.
If you are thinking to ask a car dealer / detailer to apply glass coating on your car,

just try Pika Pika Rain.

Nissan Fuga350GT 2005 / Tokyo, Japan / Mr. K.T.

I started preparation at 11 pm and washed the car completely and dried.

Then I applied Super Pika Pika Rain.

I checked all parts if I applied properly so it took about 2 hours to complete Super Pika Pika Rain application.

Photos are 12 hours after application under sunshine.

The mirror-like reflection is fantastic.