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    Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    I was watching a show when an infomercial came on about a product called Wipe New. This products promises to be an all in one restore product for cars, RV's, boats, etc. I know, like most infomercial products, this is a total rip off. Just curious if anyone in here has seen the commercial or know anyone that actually used this. What are your thoughts on this?

    Link to commercial [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSX2g8TmKRM&feature=youtube_gdata_player]Wipe New? Commercial - YouTube[/ame]

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Send me some and I'll let you know how it works.
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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Seen it, but as you are.......very sceptical !

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    At the local mall they have a "As Seen on Tv" store...I might pick some up just too try and review.

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Quote Originally Posted by 07gtcs View Post
    Seen it, but as you are.......very sceptical !
    but the guy in the commercial said that he was a professional auto detailer for 30 yrs !

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Quote Originally Posted by tropicsteve View Post
    but the guy in the commercial said that he was a professional auto detailer for 30 yrs !
    And I have some swamp land for sale in Iowa, wanna buy it ?

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Thats some strong tape! It lasted 100 washes!
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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Waiting for Todd's review before deciding.

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Quote Originally Posted by CH.Detailing View Post
    Thats some strong tape! It lasted 100 washes!
    Haha, I noticed that too, I pointed it out to my girlfriend while watching TV and she rolled her eyes... LOL
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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    I suspect it's equally as good as the advertised headlight restorer that you just wipe on and wipe off. (probably the same company).

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Quote Originally Posted by cmichael258 View Post
    I suspect it's equally as good as the advertised headlight restorer that you just wipe on and wipe off. (probably the same company).

    Probably the same product just repackaged and marketed. I looked at it too. $36 for the "double size" and additional crap with shipping and processing. That's $16 that isn't refundable and the requirements for a refund essentially equate to drinking a glass of water while doing back flips. They will be gone in 6 weeks.

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    I've seen it. My dad wants to try it. I think these things are marketed to people like him

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    I want that tape.

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    Re: Wipe New (As Seen On TV)

    Quote Originally Posted by 07gtcs View Post
    And I have some swamp land for sale in Iowa, wanna buy it ?
    I'll send you some gator's to fill it up.
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    And that tape, bet when you try to remove it the paint goes with it also.
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