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Anyone ever use "Wipe New" detailer?

Let me know your thoughts on the results with it!

Thanks!

Vince.
 
Did you know what kind of parts they used it on? was it the entire car, or just certain areas? The infomercial makes it seem like you could use it on pretty much anything.

Thanks for the tip! Price seems right for a good result.
 
Is that the stuff that Danny of Counting Cars on TV advertises?

C.

I don't know who was on the informercial, but Woodstock is right, the black plastic stuff is where it looked best. They claim I can use it on the headlight housing as well. Furthermore, upholstry and dash too!!
 
im not sure i would ever use it, but it is available at home depot for 20.00 if anyone is interested in trying it.



 
LOL....I just read this post and as I am reading it the "wipe new" commercial came on...no joke...not sure about this yet....
 
LOL....I just read this post and as I am reading it the "wipe new" commercial came on...no joke...not sure about this yet....

Sounds too good to be true but it's endorsed by Danny Koker of Count's Kustoms if that means anything so it can't be all bad.....

Next time I'm in Home D I'll pick some up and give it a try on my kid's tricycle...:D


Cheers,
Colin.
 
I am going to grab it and try it on the cougar. I will let you know how well it works on the exterior plastic....I am thinking of selling it anyway, so if something goes wrong...oh well.
 
I used kiwi shoe polish( the bingo dabber style) on the black plastic on my jeep and the mirrors on my friends pickup. worked like a charm and lasted a long time. looked good too
 
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