I did. No issues.
What do you use now?I very much doubt that it would interfere with the sensors, as such. If RainX (or equiv.) is applied properly, you should barely need to use wipers as the raindrops will blow away. The sensors may cause the wipers to run when not needed, but no biggie.
The problem I found with RainX - and why I no longer use it - is that you have to keep applying regularly. If not, you get a smeary windshield after some time and, yes, can get chattering wipers.
Lol stop staring at them.🤣I've used the RainX bug removal windshield wiper fluid (green color) for something like 15 years now, since my current location is very buggy during at least half of the year. There's also an orange version without the bug removal. It definitely works and if you use it semi-regularly, it keeps the windshield coated with RainX with no effort. Only downside is that I find that water droplet sliding movement a bit too mesmerizing while I'm driving in a rain storm and trying to pay attention to the road...
Yup, I've heard that as a common complaint, but I haven't experienced that myself or just haven't noticed a connection. But I also replace my blades roughly every year so that may be why.I used to use the Rain-X washer fluid I liked the results but learned it is not good for the rubber on the wipers. Shortens the useable life of them for some reason.